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George Stockman

George Stockman

George Stockman

Professor Emeritus

Biography

George Stockman is a professor emeritus of Computer Science (1 Jan 2011) but is still doing research, reviewing and outreach. Interests include computer vision, image processing, graphics and artificial intelligence. Recent work has been in the modeling, recognition, and measurement of objects and has both theoretical and practical aspects. Teaching interests include algorithms, data structures, computer graphics and computer vision, and programming languages. Since 2007, I've been active with ITEC Lansing working with middle school students after school on Scratch, MATLAB, LEGO, etc.

Research Area
Awards
MSU Curricular Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Award, 2008
Education
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Maryland 1977
M.S., Computer Science, Pennsylvania State University 1971
MAT, Math Ed, Harvard University 1967
B.S., Math Ed, East Stroudsburg University 1966
Publications
R. Raza, G. Stockman, L. Udpa, "Survey of Fusion of RFID and Computer Vision for Recognition and Tracking" Apr. 2011
D. Colbry and G. Stockman, "Identity Verification via the 3DID Face Alignment System," Proc. Of IEEE WACV 2007, Austin, TX
L. Shapiro and G. Stockman, Computer Vision, textbook, Prentice-Hall, 2001
Unsang Park, Lalitha Udpa, George Stockman, "Motion-based Filtering of magneto-optic imagers" Image and Vision Computing, 22-3, 2004