Faculty
  • Thomas S. Denney, Jr. - Professor (Johns Hopkins Univ. - '94). Magnetic resonance imaging, cardiovascular imaging, medical imaging, image processing, computer vision, image reconstruction
  • Gopikrishna Deshpande - Assistant Professor (Georgia Inst. of Tech. - 2007). Signal and image processing, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), network modeling of brain function, real-time brain state classification using machine learning, neurosciences & neuoengineering.
  • Soo-Young Lee - Professor (Univ. of Texas at Austin - '87). Parallel image processing, proximity effect correction in electron-beam lithography, application of signal processing to nanofabrication, parallel computing
  • Stanley J. Reeves - Professor (Georgia Inst. of Tech. - '90). Signal processing, medical imaging, image and signal restoration and reconstruction, magnetic resonance imaging, plenoptic imaging
  • Thaddeus A. Roppel - Associate Professor (Michigan State Univ. - '86). Image processing for vision-based robot navigation
  • Jitendra K. Tugnait - Professor (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - '78). Modeling, parameter estimation and identification of scalar and vector random fields with applications to image texture modeling, analysis and synthesis
Completed and Current Projects
  • Parallel image reconstruction for 3-D computerized tomography
  • Fast backprojection schemes for computed tomography (CT) image reconstruction
  • Proximity effect correction in E-beam lithography
  • Blur identification and regularization parameter estimation in image restoration
  • Optimal stopping rules in iterative image restoration
  • Superresolution of passive millimeter-wave images
  • Edge-based coding of single-frame and multiband images
  • Target identification in synthetic aperture sonar images using fractal dimension features
  • Optimal sampling strategies in magnetic resonance (MR) and MR spectroscopic imaging
  • Reconstruction and modeling of magnetic resonance (MR) images
  • Brightness pattern optimization for optical flow estimation of motion
  • Deformable motion estimation from magnetic resonance (MR) image sequences
  • Feature extraction from magnetic resonance (MR) images
  • Higher order statistical signal and image processing and analysis
  • Pixel-level fusion of infrared and millimeter-wave radar for target identification
  • Sensor fusion for target detection and identification
  • Face recognition
  • Recognition of cursive continuous handwritten characters
  • Chinese character recognition
  • Content-based video compression
  • Plenoptic imaging and volume reconstruction
Facilities in EE and Around Campus
  • Telecom/ETV services for image and video acquisition,
  • Graphics, printing, and publication
  • Laser scanning confocal microscope
  • 3T and 7T MRI systems - MRI Center
  • Magnetic resonance imaging scanner -- Veterinary Medicine
  • Computed tomography imager -- Veterinary Medicine
  • Doppler capable ultrasound imager -- Veterinary Medicine
Faculty in Other Departments Doing Imaging/Image Processing
  • Charles E. Branch (Veterinary Medicine) -- development of Cardiovascular Lab Videodisc program
  • Yasser A. Gowayed (Polymer and Fiber Engineering) -- application of image analysis to textile composites
  • Roy Hartsfield (Aerospace Engineering) -- measurement of primary flow parameters by imaging laser-induced fluorescence in wind tunnels
  • John Hathcock (Veterinary Medicine) -- radiology of animal patients using MRI and CT
  • Judith A. Hudson (Veterinary Medicine) -- development of computer-assisted lessons in ultrasound, radiology, MRI, and CT
  • Stephen C. Kempf (Zoology) -- imaging techniques as they can be applied to answering specific questions concerned with the structural, functional and chemical aspects of cells and their interactions with other cells
  • Larry J. Kutz (Agricultural Engineering) -- vision-based measurement of morphological properties of pine seedlings for quality control
  • Nels Madsen (Mechanical Engineering) -- video hardware development and processing for human motion analysis and synthesis.
  • Anthony G. Moss (Zoology) -- imaging to study ciliary and flagellar beating in a variety of organisms
  • Hardin Rahe (Animal & Dairy Sciences) -- biological imaging for localization of hormones/intracellular messages in gonadotrophs of cattle
  • Greg L. Somers (Forestry) -- vision-based measurement of various tree parameters
  • Jeff Suhling (Mechanical Engineering) -- precision measurement for material failure modeling using optical/infrared images of interference patterns
  • Brian Thurow (Aerospace Engineering) -- flow-field measurements, particle image velocimetry using plenoptic imaging
  • Hareesh Tippur (Mechanical Engineering) -- precision measurement for material failure modeling using optical/infrared images of interference patterns
  • Richard A. Zalik (Mathematics) -- 3-D image reconstructions using wavelet transforms




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