Signal Processing & Multimedia

Candes, Fedkiw, Girod, Osgood, Smith, Tobagi, Wandell, Weissman, Wetzstein, Zebker

Extracting or recovering useful information while reducing unwanted noise can be achieved using sophisticated mathematical methods and computation to process signals (audio, video, electromagnetic, biomedical, remote sensing, multimedia and others). Applications include multimedia compression, communications, networked media systems, augmented reality, and remote sensing. In addition to using theoretical analyses and systematic experiments to study the underlying principles, we often build real‐time test beds and prototypes to validate and demonstrate our ideas. Examples include:

  • Image and video coding,
  • Media streaming,
  • Mobile augmented reality,
  • Compact descriptors for visual search,
  • Personalized and immersive media. 

Ron Fedkiw

Ron Fedkiw Professor Computer Science
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Bernd Girod

Bernd Girod Professor

Pkd 373 (9515)
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Yilmaz, Kelly Administrator

Pkd 359 (9515)
723-4539
yilmaz@stanford.edu

Brad Osgood

Brad Osgood Professor

Pkd 271 (9510)
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Hamel, Marie Administrator

Packard 217 (9510)
497-6217
mhamel@stanford.edu

Fouad A. Tobagi

Fouad A. Tobagi Professor

Gates 339 (4070)
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Wang, June Administrator

Allen 203 (4070)
724-1342
junewang@ee.stanford.edu

Tsachy Weissman

Tsachy Weissman Associate Professor

Pkd 256 (9510)
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Chaffee, Doug Administrator

Pkd 259 (9510)
721-2892
dchaffee@stanford.edu

Howard Zebker

Howard Zebker Professor

Pkd 334 (9515)
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Niu, Helen Administrator

Packard 310 (9515)
723-8121
helen.niu@stanford.edu