SoC 2009 student proposals

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Student Proposals: Student info and short project synopsis, with link to a new Wiki page where the project is expanded in full detail. See template below:

Tom Templeton: The Template Project

  • Enrolled second year master of Sample at Example University in Nowhereland.
  • Coding Platform: Ubuntu 8.10, Pentium 4 3GHz, 1GB RAM
  • The Template Project is all about a short description of an example project that does what it does according to specifications.

Lukáš Jirkovský

León Moctezuma: QuickTimeVR Playback in VLC

Dev Ghosh

  • PhD candidate, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
  • Coding Platform: Ubuntu 8.10, AMD Athlon 64 3500+, 2 GB RAM, Eclipse
  • Coding skills: C/C++, MATLAB, Python
  • Possible Mentor: Daniel German
  • mosaic mode for Hugin
  • Google webapp Proposal Link: Coming soon!

Yulia Kotseruba: Straight-line detection for automated lens calibration

Mokhtar M. Khorshid: Accounting for Camera Movements

  • Holder of B.S. in Computer Science & Mathematics from AUC and starting my master studies in Computer Science.
  • Coding Platform: Vista 64-bit, Quad Core 2.4 GHz, 6GB RAM, 8800 GTS graphics card, Visual Studio 2005/2008 .NET.
  • Coding skills: Expert in C++ (10+ years), seasoned algorithm designer, I have experience with Computer graphics, OpenGL, and wxWidgets.
  • Accounting for Camera Movements

Tim Nugent

Seth Berrier

(Sorry for the last minute addition. Hope I can find room among this qualified bunch!)

  • 6th Year PhD student & Doctoral Candidate in Computer Science at University of Minnestoa, USA
  • Main Coding Platform: Mac OS X 10.5 w/ Apple GNU Toolchain & Eclipse IDE, 15" MacBook Pro, 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4G mem, NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
  • Other Platforms:
    • Win XP Pro w/ Visual C++ & VS .net, 2k5 or 2k8 OR MinGW & Eclipse IDE
    • Other *nix platforms (Ubuntu & Solaris in particular) using basic GNU toolchain from shell
  • Computer Science Knowledge:
    • Veteran in C++ (with a bit of C#, Java, Perl, LISP, StandardML, Pascal, Fortran, Basic, VB for Apps, HTML, Javascript)
    • Very experienced in OpenGL, GLUT, Cg and general graphics algorithms
    • Basic knowledge of Qt GUI programming & Qt Eclipse integration
    • Experienced with Matlab and some LabVIEW
    • Good Numerical Methods foundation with some practical experience
    • Basic, non-theoretical experience in real-time image processing for computer vision (Hough transform, Canny edge detection, etc)
  • Proposal Coming Soon

James Legg: Enblend / Enfuse Gimp plugin

  • I'm in the third and final year of a Computer Science and Mathmatics BSc at the University of York, in the United Kingdom.
  • Coding Platform: Ubuntu 8.10, Pentium dual-core 2GHz, 2GB RAM
  • The Enfuse / Enblend Gimp plugin will allow a user of the Gimp to use the Enblend or Enfuse algorithms to merge layers of an image through the Gimp's menu or using a Gimp script.