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Gregory Griffin, PhD
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Biography (more>>)
Greg Griffin is a Technologist in the Computer Vision Group. Between 1990 and 2005 he worked in the field of astrophysics analyzing cosmic microwave background anisotropies and observing from the South Pole in Antarctica. After working on the BICEP experiment in 2004-2005, he went back to school and received his Ph.D. in Computation and Neural Systems from Caltech in 2013. Over the last decade he has worked on visual classification, specifically: machine learning methods for automatically organizing visual information into hierarchies for fast detection. His more recent work includes investigating wide-baseline stereo imaging and its applications.

Education (more>>)
Ph.D. In Computation and Neural Systems,
2013 (Caltech)
B.A. in Physics (Princeton)

Professional Experience (more>>)
2014-Present: Technologist, Computer Vision Group, JPL
2013-2014: Postdoctoral Researcher in Chemical Engineering (Caltech)
2005-2013: Ph.D. Student in Machine Vision (Caltech)
2001-2005: Consulting for several astrophysics projects
1998-2001: Winterover Scientist, Amundsen Scott Station, South Pole, Antarctica
1994-1998: Research Associate, Carnegie Mellon University
1989-1994: Research Associate, Physics Department, Princeton University

Research Interests (more>>)
Classification and Detection, Stereo Imaging, Experimental Cosmology, Machine Learning

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