Robert J. Woodham

Professor Emeritus
Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Canada    V6T 1Z4

email: Bob's email address

Brief Academic Biography:

BA, UWO (1971)
SM, MIT (1974)
EE, MIT (1974)
Ph.D, MIT (1977)
Research Scientist, MIT (1977 – 1978)
Assistant Professor, UBC (1978 – 1982)
Associate Professor, UBC (1982 – 1990)
Professor, UBC (1990 – 2015)
Fellow, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, (1984 – 1994)
Head, Department of Computer Science, UBC (1995 – 2003)
Professor Emeritus, UBC (2015 – )

My research home at UBC was the Laboratory for Computational Intelligence (LCI). Check there for information about the various projects current LCI researchers are involved in.

Selected Publications:

F. Li and R. J. Woodham, Video analysis of hockey play in selected game situations. Image and Vision Computing, 27(1–2),45–58 (2009). (doi:10.1016/j.imavis.2006.10.010)

R. J. Woodham, Colour is a medium as well as a message. In Colour Perception: Philosophical, Psychological, Artistic and Computational Perspectives (S. Davis, ed.), pp. 117–140, Vancouver Studies in Cognitive Science, Volume 9, Oxford University Press (2000). (PDF)

R. J. Woodham, Gradient and Curvature from the Photometric Stereo Method, Including Local Confidence Estimation. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A 11(11)3050–3068 (1994). (PDF)

Y. Li and R. J. Woodham, Orientation-Based Representations of 3-D shape. Proceedings IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pp. 182–187 (1994).

R. J. Woodham, Multiple Light Source Optical Flow. Proceedings 3rd International Conference on Computer Vision, pp. 42–46, Osaka, Japan (1990). (scanned PDF)

R. J. Woodham and M. H. Gray, Analytic Method for Radiometric Correction of Satellite Multispectral Scanner Data. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GE-25) pp. 258–271 (1987).

R. J. Woodham, Photometric Method for Determining Surface Orientation from Multiple Images. Optical Engineering 19(1)139–144 (1980). (scanned PDF)

For additional pubications, see my entry in Google Scholar

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