Computer vision Image analysis Medical image processing Deep learning
I joined Computing Science, University of Alberta as an Assistant Professor in 2006. I was promoted to Associate Professor in 2013.
Computer vision and deep learning; image and video analysis, medical image processing
Medical image and video analysis and general computer vision problems including segmentation, registration, object detection and classification.
Quality assessment of image and video (or 3D data) is essential in many applications, which deliver educational content, medical images, games, movies, video-on-demand and so on. In order to generate high quality image and video, especially given the sheer volume of consumer demand and under constrained resources, e.g., time and bandwidth, it is necessary to understand the image and video processing pipeline from the initial creation limitations to the final display at the receiver. This course focuses on reviewing various image/video processing techniques, as well as the quality assessment metrics proposed in the literature. Sections offered at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations sections of the Calendar.Fall Term 2021