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06/07/2017
In the Summer of 2017 I am teaching CS1010(Algorithmic Problem Solving).
01/10/2017
In the Spring of 2017 I taught CS2620 (Discrete Structures), CS1340 (Computing for Scientists). and CS1010 (Algorithmic Problem Solving).
8/15/2016
In the Fall of 2016 I taught CS4830 (Computer Graphics), CS4500 (Formal Languages and Automata Theory). and CS1010 (Algorithmic Problem Solving).
05/27/2016
In the Summer of 2016 I taught CS2620(Discrete Structures).
05/05/2016
Our papers "Kinesthetic Touches for a Theory of Computing Class" and "Closed Labs in Programming Courses: a Review" were accepted to the 12th International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (FECS16)
01/09/2016
In the Spring of 2016 I taught CS1010(Algorithmic Problem Solving). and CS1340(Computing for Scientists) and CS1000.
11/01/2015
Our paper "Sky Segmentation in the Wild: an Empirical Study" was accepted to the Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV) 2016
8/18/2015
In the Fall of 2015 I taught CS4830 (Computer Graphics). and CS1010 (Algorithmic Problem Solving).
6/10/2015
In the Summer of 2015 I taught CS2620(Discrete Structures).
4/10/2015
Our book chapter titled "Using Visual Analytics to Inform Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient Choices" was accepted. It will appear in "Serious Games Analytics: Methodologies for Performance Measurement, Assessment, and Improvement", edited by Christian Sebastian Loh, Yanyan Sheng and Dirk Ifenthaler. ISBN-13: 978-3319058337 ISBN-10: 3319058339. July 14, 2015.
01/10/2016
In the Spring of 2015 I taught CS1340 and CS1010
12/09/2014
I was awarded an internal grant (FRSG) of $5000 for a project called "Green Vision"
8/18/2014
In the Fall of 2014 I taught CS1010 and CS1301
6/16/2014
Our paper "A Pot of Gold: Rainbows as a Calibration Cue" was accepted to the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2014
4/17/2014
I successfully defended my dissertation, which can be found here
2/24/2014
I accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Valdosta State University in Georgia
10/24/2013
My paper "A CRF Approach to Fitting a Generalized Hand Skeleton Model" was accepted to WACV 2014
10/12/2013
My paper "Online Discussions: Improving Education in CS?" was accepted to SIGCSE 2014
09/24/2013
I was elected as the computer science department's graduate student representative in the Higher Degrees Committee.
06/11/2013
My papers "Teaching Graphics for Games using Microsoft XNA" and "A Data-Driven Approach to Visualize the Effects of Rheumatoid Arthritis on Hands" were accepted to CGames 2013.
03/28/2013
I received the Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching
04/24/2012
My paper "Real Time Hand Gesture Recognition with 2 Kinect Sensors" was accepted to IPCV 2012.