Nebojsa Jojic

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NEW (12/7/99): A paper and video sequences on Transformed HMM added. See Publications section.
NEW Presentaton at NCSA ALLIANCE, Washington, November '99

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EDUCATION
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
Ph.D. , Electrical and Computer Engineering, expected in 2000.
M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, October 1997.
thesis title: "Computer Modeling, Analysis and Synthesis of Dressed Humans"
Advisor: Prof. Thomas S. Huang

 
University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
B.S., Electrical Engineering, June, 1995
B.S. thesis title: "Image compression using wavelets and scalar coding of sub-bands", advisor: Prof. Miodrag Popovic


EXPERIENCE

Graduate Research Assistant, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL -- 1/96-Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant, ECE Dept., University of Illinois, Urbana, IL -- Fall '98, Fall '99 Intern Researcher, Vision Technology Group, Microsoft Research -- 5/98-8/98 and 4/99 -8/99 Consultant, CAD/CAM Centre,Hong Kong University of Science and Technology ,  January '98

Research staff, CAD/CAM Centre,Hong Kong University of Science and Technology , 1/97-5/97

Graduate Teaching Assistant, EECS Dept., University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL -- Fall '95 Summer Research Program participant, EECS Dept., University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL -- Summer '94 Practical training through IAESTE, Telkom SA Ltd., Pretoria, South Africa -- Fall 1994

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Journals: M.S. Thesis: "Computer Modeling, Analysis and Synthesis of Dressed Humans"

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Acknowledgements: Most of the research was funded by ARL under the cooperative agreement No. DAAL01-96-2-0003  and NSF  (grant  No. IRI-9634618). The work I did in Hong Kong was also funded by the Hong Kong Industry and Technology Development Council (grant No. AF/122/96). The work on human body tracking was supported also by Micorosoft Corp., through internships and a graduate fellowship, and also through equipment donation.



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Last update:  September, 1999.