Ioannis Stamos
Professor of Computer Science

Hunter College and Graduate Center
City University of New York

Ioannis Stamos is working in the areas of Computer Vision and Computer Graphics. His current research interests are in the broad area of photorealistic 3-D model acquisition and the utilization of dense range 3-D data. He has been working on range image segmentation, 3-D modeling and range to image registration algorithms. He received his Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department of Columbia University on 2001, his M.S. and M.Phil. from the same department and his Diploma of Engineering from the University of Patras (Department of Computer Engineering), Greece. Ioannis Stamos is a recipient of the Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER) by the National Science Foundation. He is currently supported by a number of NSF awards. Results from currently funded NSF-sponsored research can be found here. Results from the Career award can be found here.

Guest Editor for CVIU Special Issue on Large-Scale 3D Modeling of Urban Indoor or Outdoor Scenes from Images and Range Scans. Deadline October 15, 2015. More information can be found here.

Highlights: Google Research Award (August 2015 - ) for car classification in point clouds of urban scenes -- Program co-chair 3DV 2013, University of Washington, June 29-30, 2013 -- The Research Foundation of CUNY highlighted our NSF-sponsored project at its 2010 annual report.

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  Computer Vision and Graphics Lab

  Courses in Vision

Spring 2015: CSc 83050, 3D Photography, Mondays 4:15 - 6:15, Graduate Center of CUNY. See link for GC schedule.

Representative graduate courses

3D Computer Vision (Fall 2012)

Advanced Algorithms in 3D Computer Vision/3D Photography (Fall 2011)

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