Jason J. Corso
Publication Tag Cloud
active clustering activity recognition artificial intelligence augmented reality belief propagation bioinformatics biomarkers biometrics braintumor computational finance computer forensics computer graphics computer vision computer-aided diagnosis cosegmentation data mining deformable dictionary transfer document imaging domain adaptation dynamic linear models endoscopy evaluation event recognition facade detection face detection face recognition feature extraction fusion gesture recognition gpu grammar graph cuts graph-based graphical models haptics hierarchical higher-order human pose estimation human-computer interaction image denoising image processing image retrieval image understanding localization lung imaging machine learning mapping max-margin medical imaging metric learning mobile robotics mosaicking motion estimation mrf multimedia natural language navigation neuroimaging object detection ontology probabilistic ontology protein structure prediction random forest reconstruction segmentation semantic segmentation slam spectral clustering spine imaging stereo streaming supervoxel surgical robotics tomographic reconstruction tracking video summarization video understanding volume rendering voxel maps
I am always looking for bright students and visitors. I generally do not hire from the outside for RA's; the typical route is a department AI admit into the CSE program and then after performing will you contact me.
There are no openings at this time. You are still free to contact me if you are an exceptional candidate in the event we can arrange a position.
Additional Information about SUNY at Buffalo and Corso's Group
SUNY at Buffalo was founded in 1846 and is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, ranking first among the nations research-intensive public universities. UB serves to about 30,000 students, offers 84 Bachelor's, 184 Master's, and 78 Doctoral degrees. The Computer Science department at UB is among the oldest CS departments nationwide, recently celebrating its 40th anniversary. There are 29 faculty and 6 instructors in the department. The department has a strong focus on computer vision, pattern recognition and machine learning having 8 faculty in these areas.
Dr. Corso runs a research group of 1 Research Scientist, 2 Post-docs, 12 Ph.D. Students, 3 Masters students and 3 undergraduates in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He is PI on more than $5 million current externally funded research projects all in the area of high-level computer vision and learning. His lab is 1250+ square feet with ample computing resources, including an in-house Linux cluster, a 15TB SAN, and connectivity to the 2000+ node Center for Computational Research in downtown.
For all openings, inquiries by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) are welcome before a formal application. An application requires a cv, reprints/preprints, and the names of 3 references. Code samples are required for any programmer position.
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