David W. Jacobs

 

Professor, Department of Computer Science and UMIACS, University of Maryland

 

Contact Info: 

 

My office is in Room 4421 of A.V. Williams Building

 

Surface Mail:

Department of Computer Science

A.V. Williams Building,

University of Maryland

College Park, MD 20742

Phone: (301) 405-0679 Fax: (301) 314-9115

Email: djacobs (at) cs.umd.edu

 

Research Interests

 

My research has spanned a range of topics in vision.  My primary focus has been on the problem of recognizing objects in images.  My recent work has mainly focused on understanding how to recognize objects under varying lighting conditions, varying poses, and how to model the non-rigid deformation of objects and use these models to match images.  I have also been interested in a variety of other problems in vision, including image clustering and structure-from-motion, and in the intersection between vision and user interfaces and vision and graphics.  Our group is applying some of this work to building electronic field guides.  Our iphone app, Leafsnap has been downloaded by more than 1,500,000 users.  We have also developed Birdsnap and Dogsnap. 

 

Teaching

 

Fall 2016: CMSC 828L Deep Learning

 

Publications on Google Scholar

 

CV – Including list of publications

 

Leafsnap.  Press

 

Personal

 

Web site of my sister