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Professors recognized for their work in 3-D technologyProfessors Anshuman Razdan and John Femiani's work with 3-D handwriting was recognized Feb. 9 by Arizona State University's Office of Knowledge Enterprise and Development (OKED) and Arizona Technology Enterprise (AzTE).
Femiani, JohnHis main research interests are in the area of computer vision and visualization, combining computer graphics and pattern recognition.
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The motivating topics are geometric modeling, computer graphics, image processing, and visualization and analysis. While we strive to push the envelope of theoretical computer science, our goal is to do this in the frame work of applied research i.e. taking on real world problems that need solutions. Many of these problems might seem different on surface such as our rock abrasion project and the biometrics for 3D faces, but they do share commonalities in science and the mathematics involved in the modeling and analysis of features in both.
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