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Digital Design and Fabrication / Energy and Sustainability / Modeling and Visualization

the Digital Building Lab at Georgia Tech links researchers with forward-looking industry partners to champion
advancements in the designed and built environment

James Hays

James Hays

Associate Professor

Researching how machines can arrogate information to see and comprehend the world, James Hays is an associate professor for the School of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Hays joined Georgia Tech in the fall of 2015. Previously, he was the Manning Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Brown University. His research interests span computer vision and computer graphics.

William Harris

William Harris

Assistant Professor

William Harris is an assistant professor of Computer Science in the School of Computer Science in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His current research focuses on addressing problems in program security and correctness. He has worked as a visiting researcher for NEC Labs America and Microsoft Research. He was a Microsoft Research Fellow from 2010 - 2011.

Oded Green

Oded Green

Research Scientist II

A research scientist with more than 15 years of deeply technical experience, Oded Green has studied high-performance computing applications spanning multiple disciplines such as cybersecurity, scalable social network analytics, image-processing, and databases. In 2014, he received his doctorate from the School of Computational Science and Engineering in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Prior to that, he earned his master’s in electrical engineering and a bachelor’s in computer engineering from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

Jennifer Salazar

Jennifer Salazar

Senior Research Scientist

Chaowen Ting

Chaowen Ting

Assistant Professor, School of Music

Director of Orchestral Studies

Phone: (404) 894-8974Office location: 840 McMillan St

Cassandra Telenko

Cassandra Telenko

Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Design (joint appointment with School of Mechanical Engineering)

Phone: (404) 385-5239Office location: West Architecture 254

Cassandra Telenko began at Georgia Tech in January 2015. Her prior appointments include a postdoctoral research position in the MIT-SUTD International Design Centre with joint appointments at MIT and SUTD. She received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to fund her graduate work at the University of Texas at Austin where she completed her MSE (2009) and Ph.D. (2012) in Mechanical Engineering.

Deanna Richards

Deanna Richards

Academic Advisor II

Eric Korotkin

Eric Korotkin

Application Developer II

Milos Prvulovic

Milos Prvulovic

Professor

Phone: (404) 385-6364

Milos Prvulovic is a professor in the School of Computer Science in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research focuses on hardware and software support for program monitoring, debugging, and security. In general, the goal of his research is to make both hardware and software more reliable and secure.

Irfan Essa

Irfan Essa

Professor and Associate Dean

Phone: (404) 894-6856

With more than 150 published articles in leading academic journals and conferences, Irfan Essa is a highly-respected expert in the field of human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence.

  • “Systems and methods for utilizing motion fields to predict evolution in dynamic scenes,” K. Kim, M. Grundmann, A. Shamir, I. Matthews, I. Essa, J. Hodgins (2011). #US20110242326   
  • “Methods and systems for removal of rolling shutter effects”, Grundmann, Kwatra, and Essa (2014). #US20140071299.   
  • “Methods and systems for processing a video for stabilization using dynamic crop” Matthias Grundmann, Vivek Kwatra, and I. Essa (2014). #US20140071299.   
  • “Cascaded camera motion estimation, rolling shutter detection, and camera shake detection for  video stabilization” Grundmann, Kwatra, and Essa (2014). #US20140267801.   
  • "Visual completion”, T. Starner, I. Essa, (2015). #US8971571.   
  • “Object occlusion to initiate a visual search” T. Starner, I. Essa, H. Raffle, D. Aminzade (2015), #US20150242414.

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