Professor Cameron H. G. Wright
Cameron H. G. Wright, Ph.D., P.E. is Associate Professor of
Computer Engineering and Director of WISPR Laboratory, University of
His areas of expertise are: Image Processing, Signal Processing, Real-Time Embedded Computer Systems, Wireless/Satellite Communications, and Biomedical Instrumentation.
Cameron coauthored Real-Time Digital Signal Processing from Matlab to C with the TMS320C6x DSK, AC 2007–418: A Library of Matlab Scripts for Illustration and Animation of Solutions to Partial Differential Equations, A human factors approach to range scheduling for satellite control, Musca domestica Inspired Machine Vision with Hyperacuity, Design and development of a computer-assisted retinal laser surgery system, Efficiently tracking a moving object in two-dimensional image space, Enhancing engineering education and outreach using real-time DSP, and Object Recognition of Occluded Targets Using a Subspace Graph Search Method.
His current research activities are focused in the following areas:
- computer/robot vision sensors using biologically-inspired hybrid analog/digital architectures
- computer vision algorithms for feature extraction and recognition
- real-time digital signal processing
- biomedical sensors and instrumentation
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