Jean H. Gallier

Professor
Computer and Information Science (CIS)

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Honors and Awards:  Lindback Teaching Award - 1983

Research Expertise: Computational Geometry | Logic

Jean is interested in the application of geometric methods to problems in engineering. In particular, he is investigating methods for smooth surface reconstruction from 3D meshes. He is also interested in methods for statistical analysis in medical imaging, and focuses on diffusion tensor imaging. In his work to resolve the difficulties of the non-Euclidean domain of these images, Jean applies Riemannian geometry as a framework for problem solving.

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Education:
PhD Computer Science 1978 - University of California at Los Angeles
Baccalaureat 1966 - Lycee de S`evres in France

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