I started my career in imaging science studying the physics of image formation, and understanding how transformations can affect their objective quality.

As time passed, I found myself more interested in image analysis: building an understanding of images, and using them to make decisions. The expertise of CIS in this area is what drew me to Johns Hopkins.

Many Projects

Please click on links to the right for details about a given project.

Note that this page is quite out of date.

An explanation of diffeomorphic mapping