My primary appointment is with
the School of Information: Science, Technology, and Arts
University of Arizona.
I also have courtesy appointments with
and serve as faculty for
and Genetic graduate interdisciplinary programs.
Before coming to Arizona,
I was a post doctoral fellow in
University of California at Berkeley.
I did my Ph.D. in
Simon Fraser University,
include image and video understanding, learning and fitting models
of biological form, the application of computer vision to the organization and
effective use of large image collections, and physics based vision problems such
as understanding scene illumination.
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The interdisciplinary CompTIES (computational temporal
interpersonal emotion systems) project has just been awarded a three year
NSF grant. This is in collaboration between
Family Studies and Human Development),
(Psychology), and the NSF
project. This research will bring theory-driven Bayesian
modeling and inference into the domain of temporal emotional
interactions within personal interactions. It will also develop a
shared computational infrastructure for researchers in this
domain in collaboration with iPlant. For more details, see the project website
compties.org, or the