Marine Imaging Lab
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The ocean occupies 70% of the earth, and influences almost every aspect in our life. Nevertheless, it is a complex environment that it is hard to explore and thus still little is known about it.
I am intrigued by both the challenges in ocean research as well as the discoveries that lay behind solving these challenges.
The lab's goal is to develop novel optical imaging systems and computer vision methods to explore the ocean and its inhabitants.
Research interests: Imaging, Underwater Sensing, Oceanic Engineering, Computer Vision, Computational Photography.
I am heading the Marine Imaging Lab, in the Department for Marine Technologies, Charney School of Marine Sciences, University of Haifa.
Previously: I was a post-doc, working with David Kriegman in the Computer Vision group,
Computer Science and Engineering department in the University of California, San Diego
and with Jules Jaffe in the Jaffe laboratory for Underwater Imaging in the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
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University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) Chief Scientist Early-Career Training Cruise Blog
An article about our coral work
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Explorations Now research highlight
American Museum of Natural History science bulletin
A National Geographic post about one of our deployments
An article written about me in the Technion newspaper