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Email:     kobus AT cs DOT arizona DOT edu
Office:   Gould-Simpson 708                            

Lab : Interdisciplinary Visual Intelligence (IVILAB)

Teaching: Current [ CS 535 ]   |   All courses taught

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I am a professor of computer science at the University of Arizona. My primary appointment is with Computer Science. I also have an appointment with Electrical and Computer engineering (ECE), and serve as faculty for Cognitive Science, Statistics, and BIO5, Before coming to Arizona, I was a post doctoral fellow in computer vision at the University of California at Berkeley. I did my Ph.D. in computer science at Simon Fraser University, specializing in colour constancy. My research interests include image and video understanding, learning and fitting models of biological form, the application of computer vision to the organization and effective use of large image collections, and physics based vision problems such as understanding scene illumination.


Recent IVILAB news

  • February 21, 2019
    Congratulations to Jianbo Shao who successfully defended his dissertation on "Computational methods for improving fiber bundle imaging systems".

  • August 2018
    The IVILAB welcomes four incomming PhD students, Marina Kiseleva, Simon Swenson, Manujinda Wathugala, and Aryan Zarei.

  • July 03, 2018
    Congratulations to Ernesto Brau and Jinyan Guan, Tanya Jeffries, and Kobus Barnard for getting their paper "Multiple-gaze geometry: Inferring novel 3D locations from gazes observed in monocular video," accepted to ECCV 2018.
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