Prof. Corso moved to the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department at the University of Michigan in the 8/2014. He continues his work and research group in high-level computer vision at the intersection of perception, semantics/language, and robotics. Unless you are looking for something specific, historically, here, you probably would rather go to his new page.
Jason J. Corso
Research Pages
(Projects with an * are active.)
By Project
* CAREER: Generalized Image Understanding
* Summer of Code 2010: The Visual Noun
* ACE: Active Clustering
* ISTARE: Intelligent Spatiotemporal Activity Reasoning Engine
* GBS: Guidance by Semantics
* Semantic Video Summarization
By Technical Problem
* Action Bank
* LIBSVX: Supervoxel Library and Evaluation
* Graph-Shifts
* Multilevel Segmentation with Bayesian Affinities
  Coherent Interest Region Operator
  Direct Methods for Surface Tracking in Stereo
By Application
* Semantic Region Labeling
* Label Propagation in Videos
* Lumbar Imaging
* Joint Segmentation and Classification of Brain Tumor in 3D MRI
  Vision-based Human-Computer Interaction
  Interactive Haptic Rendering of Deformable Surfaces
  Real-time Volume Rendering
By Funding Agency
  Health Research, Inc.
* Hewlett Packard
DARPA Support
ISTARE: Intelligent Spatio-Temporal Activity Reasoning Engine
Role: PI
Collaborators: Dr. Yun Fu (CSE), Dr. Werner Ceusters (Psychiatry), Dr. Venkat Krovi (MAE), and Dr. Michalis Petropoulos (CSE)
Amount: $2,208,368
Period: 9/10-8/13

ACE -- Active Clustering for Exploitation and Defense Forensics
Role: PI
Amount: $399,780
Period: 6/10-6/12

Probabilistic Ontology Induction for Generalized Video Understanding
Role: PI
Amount: $99,670
Period: 4/09-7/10

last updated: Wed Aug 8 06:57:30 2012; copyright jcorso