University of California San Diego, Computer Science Department, San Diego, CA
Photometric Capture Techniques for Analyzing Complex Surfaces
Conference for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences, University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA
Multi-Spectral Imaging Techniques for Analyzing Biological Specimens
University of Florida iDigBio HUB, Gainesville, Florida
Data Capture and Analysis of Artifacts and Biological Specimens Using Multi-Channel Images
The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Multi-Spectral Imaging Techniques for Analyzing Biological Specimens
Lehman College CUNY Computer Science Department, Bronx, New York
Analyzing Biological Specimens Using Multi-Spectral Images
The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), New York, New York
Data Acquisition Techniques for Documenting and Analyzing Biological Specimens
Yale University Computer Science Department, New Haven CT
Matching, Visualizing and Archiving Cultural Heritage Artifacts Using Multi-Channel Images
Yale University, Peabody Museum, SPNHC 27th Annual meeting, New Haven, CT
Digitizing the Thera Frescoes : Practical 3D acquisition methods for museum conservation
Adobe Systems, Inc., Advanced Technologies Lab, San Francisco, California
Matching, Visualizing and Archiving Cultural Heritage Artifacts Using Multi-Channel Images
University of California Berkeley Computer Science Department, Berkeley, California
Visual Computing Lab Talk: Computer Graphics and Computer Vision Techniques for Preserving Artifacts
Akrotiri Excavation Laboratory of Wall Paintings, Santorini, Greece
Summer Workshop Session: A Matching System for Reassembling the Theran Frescos
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
RTISAD Oxford Workshop: Digital Transformations: New developments in cultural heritage imaging
University of California Los Angeles Math Department, Los Angeles, California
Guest Lecturer: Applied Math/Image Processing Seminar: Pattern Matching Algorithms and Reassembly Systems
Hewlett Packard Laboratories Palo Alto, California
Technical Talk Series: Computer Graphics for Cultural Heritage Preservation
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
Computer Graphics Techniques for Digitizing and Visualizing Artifacts
Rochester Institute of Technology, Center for Imaging Science, Rochester, New York
Colloquium Talk: Matching, Visualizing and Analyzing Artifacts Using Multi-Channel Images
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Conservation Department, New York, New York
Generating Scientific Illustrations using Non-Photorealistic Rendering
Adobe Systems, Inc., San Jose, California
Non-Photorealistic Illustration using RGBN Images
Google Inc., Boulder Colorado
Google Tech Talk Series: A Prototype for Controlling Line Density in 3D Models