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Who I Am

» Who I am

I am a professor in the Computer Science Department at The Johns Hopkins University. My principal areas of research are computer vision and robotics, and my application interests these days are in the area of medical devices and human-machine systems. I direct the Computational Interaction and Robotics Lab (CIRL) in the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics which us sited in Hackerman Hall . I am also the deputy directory of the NSF Engineering Research Center for Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology (CISST). I am a member of the Computing Community Consortium Council and the board of the International Federation of Robotics Research. I was elected a Fellow of the IEEE in 2006 for my contributions to computer vision and robotics.

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Other Relevant Tidbits

» Other Relevant Tidbits

  • my Google Scholar profile.
  • I am the Vice-Chair and Chair-elect of the Computing Community Consortium which seeks to help develop, support and communicate the national computer science research mission.
  • I am on the steering committee for the Johns Hopkins Military and Veterans Health Institute
  • I am onthe governing boards for the Carey School of Business, the Armstrong Patient Safety Institute, the WSE Systems Institute, and the International Federation of Robotics Research.
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Office and Directions

I am located in 121 CSEB. Driving directions are here .

Office Hours

I have no scheduled office hours but you can stop by any time. If you want a guaranteed time, contact me.

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