University of Waterloo

Category: Paul Fieguth

  • Amir Nazemi

    The longer you look at an object, the more abstract it becomes, and, ironically, the more real. Lucian Freud Amir has years of experience in machine learning, computer vision and has been a part of multiple interdisciplinary teams, including a research lab in Korea, a joint research project with Microsoft, and a collaboration with the…

  • Zahra Gharaee

    Zahra Gharaee

    As a seasoned senior research scientist, I bring expertise in computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to the forefront of my work. My research endeavours centre around pioneering subjects, including advanced image processing and video analysis, representation learning, action recognition, autonomous systems and graph convolutional neural networks. GoogleScholar LinkedIn ORCiD Github

  • Xiaodan (Charlotte) Hu

    Xiaodan (Charlotte) Hu

    My research interests include image processing and computer vision. My current research primarily focuses on content-adaptive projector resolution enhancement. Other projects include GANs-based text-to-image generation, medical imaging synthesis, super-resolution, semantic segmentation, and face recognition.

  • Jinman (Eddie) Park

    Jinman (Eddie) Park

    Jinman (Eddie) Park is a doctoral student in Systems Design Engineering under the supervision of Prof. Paul Fieguth and Prof. David Clausi. His thesis work is on superpixel salient object detection supported by Microsoft Office Media Group to perceive images in an abstract way. He is also involved with various other research areas such as…

  • Nicholas Pellegrino

    Nicholas Pellegrino

    Nicholas Pellegrino completed his master’s degree in Systems Design Engineering in 2022. He was associated with PhotoMedicine Labs and the Vision and Image Processing (VIP) Lab, and was co-supervised by Dr. Parsin Haji Reza and Prof. Paul Fieguth. His main research contributions were in the areas of signal processing, multi-spectral unmixing, and chromophore-selective PARS® imaging…

  • Nicholas Pellegrino

    Nicholas Pellegrino

    Nicholas Pellegrino is a doctoral student in Systems Design Engineering, supervised by Prof. Paul Fieguth and associated with the Vision and Image Processing (VIP) Lab and the Statistical Image Processing (SIP) Lab. His main research focus is on machine vision, specifically object recognition. In support of the BIOSCAN program, associated with the International Barcode of…

  • Vignesh Sankar

    My research interests involve projector compensation for unconvential projection surface.

  • Audrey Chung

    Audrey Chung

    My research interests include image processing and computer vision, with specific emphasis on biomedical imaging. My current research primarily focuses on computer-aided prostate cancer detection and grading via multi-parametric MRI. Other projects include lung nodule segmentation, video photoplethysmography, and illumination-robust feature detection.

  • Ian Kennedy

    Ian Kennedy

    I am a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Professor Paul Fieguth. My research is on graph mapping and similarity.

  • Andre Carrington

    Andre Carrington

    My research applies computers to analysis and optimization problems in healthcare, with a focus on cancer. This involves pattern recognition, statistical machine learning, health informatics, signal & image processing and other disciplines.