Our research focuses on two core areas: computational imaging and information science. In particular, our key goal is to conceive of next-generation imaging systems that optimally combine advances in hardware and software. Our approach is to exploit insights gained through fundamental characterizations of the amount of information captured by (or flowing through) such systems.
The ISCI Lab is led by: John Murray-Bruce
NLOS imaging with ordinary cameras.
This research explores how subtle variations of penumbrae in a single, brief snapshot of a diffuse surface obtained using a consumer digital camera can enable imaging of non-line-of-sight scenes.
ISCI group at USF welcomes two new members as graduate students: Chibuike Ezeokoli and Nishat Nayla Labiba. Welcome!!!
USF Computer science and engineering new faculty: John Murray-Bruce.
CIS 4250: Ethical issues and professional conduct for computer scientists.