My teaching activities for Fall 2016 are CS 6475 Computational Photography (Part of the Online MS CS Program), supported by TAs, Kim Sirichoke, Chris Gearhart, Vickie Backman, Daniel Castro, and Phuc-Hai Huynh CS 6476 Computer Vision (Part of the Online MS CS Program) supported by Sarah Moore, Carleton Ericson, Prabhudev Prakash & Pedro Velez.
My teaching activities for Spring 2016 are CS 4475 / 6475 Computational Photography (On-Campus, in Atlanta), Tue-Thu 1:35 pm-2:55 pm, KACB 2443, supported by TAs, Unaiza Ahsan, Huda Alamri, Amit Agarwal, and Palal Shastri. CS 6475 Computational Photography (Part of the Online MS CS Program), supported by TAs, Daniel Castro, Kim Sirichoke, Vickie Backman, Brandon Guttersohn, Isabel Lupiani […]
In fall 2015 fall term, I am teaching two classes. Both for the Georgia Tech’s Online MSCS program. CS 6475: Computational Photography CS 6476: Computer Vision (This class was originally developed and offered by Aaron Bobick, but as he is now a Dean at Washington University, St. Louis, I have taken over as Instructor.
Today, the Inaugural Offering of the Computational Photography (CS 6475) was launched for the Georgia Tech’s Online MSCS Program using the Udacity platform. Course Description CS 6475* (3-0-3): Computational Photography – (Instructor: Irfan Essa) – This class explores how computation impacts the entire workflow of photography, which is traditionally aimed at capturing light from a (3D) scene to […]
I am here in Barcelona for my 4th summer, participating in the Georgia Tech, College of Computing’s International Study Abroad Programs in Barcelona, ESP. Teaching two classes and spending time with 64 student participants, 4 teaching assistants, and 6 faculty from GA Tech. Spending time with Faculty at Facultat d’Informàtica de Barcelona – UPC, our hosts […]
The Computational Photography MOOC offering in Coursera came to a close with the following final announcement (abridged here) on May 7, 2013. Computational photographers: Thanks for joining us for an engaging 5 weeks of collaboratively learning the wonderful aspects of computational photography. We bid you all farewell now and hope to see some of you […]
We are live! Welcome to the course website! As you take a look around, there are a few things we want to bring to your attention: 1. Do note that while this is an introductory class, we do require that you have working knowledge of college level mathematics, which includes concepts like Linear Algebra and […]
I am teaching my usual Computational Photography Class at Georgia Tech | CS 4475 for Spring 2013. This site should have all the external materials for the class. All internal GA Tech materials will be available via the T-square site. I am also hoping to use the Piazza site.
Join us for the 2nd Computation + Journalism Symposium 2013 in Atlanta, GA on Jan 31 – Feb 1, 2013 What role does computation have in the practice of journalism today and in the near future? As computer-driven forces like automation and aggregation increasingly alter the role of journalists and journalism in society, how can computation become a […]
Check out the Computational Photography | Coursera Course I am working on now. This course is aimed at teaching you the basics of how computation has impacted the entire workflow of photography, from how images are captured, manipulated and collaborated on and shared. At the core of it photography means, drawing with light and how light can […]