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I lead the Interactive Visual Media Group at Microsoft Research, the research arm of Microsoft Corporation. I also have an Affiliate Professor appointment at the University of Washington.
My research areas include computer vision and computer graphics.
My particular interests are in using vision to automatically build 3-D models from images, computational photography, and image-based rendering. I have worked on both traditional 3-D volumetric and surface model reconstruction, and on high-resolution image mosaic construction. I am also interested in using computer vision for human-computer interaction and for analysing image databases. I have additional research interests in geometric modeling, motion estimation, multiresolution algorithms and representations, and optimization algorithms.
Hierarchical preconditioners for image processing applications
as author at Numerical Mathematics Challenges in Machine Learning,