Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis, 2010, Computer Science
Computer vision; Machine Learning; Image processing; Time-lapse video processing; Video surveillance; Medical imaging.
Dr. Jacobs is developing algorithms capable of understanding the natural world through long-term visual observations. His approach is to use contextual cues to support fast, accurate interpretation of current imagery. The core of this effort is the development of a framework for interpreting imagery which models how time, geo-location, weather, scene objects, and the camera itself define an image that is captured. This basic research leads to improved accuracy and robustness in a range of applications domains, from surveillance to environmental monitoring. For additional details see his personal webpage.
Personal Page: http://cs.uky.edu/~jacobs/
329 Rose Street
Department of Computer Science
Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0633
Office: 319 Davis Marksbury Building
Office Phone: (859) 257-5254
Office Hours: By Appointment
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