This is the first of four informal interviews with graduate students who presented at the UC San Diego Center for Wireless Communications (CWC) poster session today. The poster session was part of the CWC Research Review (PDF of agenda here), which happens twice per year. (Info of past reviews is here.)
This first interview is with Haleh Azartash, who is a graduate student in electrical engineering professor Dr. Truong Nguyen's Video Processing Group.
Her poster describes her work on software and algorithmic methods for minimizing and eliminating camera motion and shake in video footage: Real Time Affine Global Estimation using Phase Correlation
Friday, November 6, 2009
The TowerMadness roll continues...Gizmodo named them one of the week's best iPhone apps. The fact that they created a free version of the game that is supported by ads that are "not very annoying" seems popular with the blogosphere.
...it's amazing the things you learn when you don't turn off a Google Alert.
Hey Jacobs School?! What/who else (related to engineering) should we be monitoring via Google Alerts?