David E Jacobs
353 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305
I'm formerly a PhD student of computer science at Stanford University working in Marc Levoy's computational photography research group. I earned a PhD and an MS in computer science at Stanford University in 2015 and 2010, respectively, and a BS in electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley in 2008. In January 2015, I joined Google as a software engineer.
ACM Transactions on Graphics, April 2015
IEEE Workshop on Mobile Vision, in conjunction with CVPR 2014, June 2014.
PLoS One, July 2013.
Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory Tech Report 2012-1, October 2012.
Stanford University Computer Science Tech Report CSTR 2011-03, September 2011.
SIGGRAPH Asia 2010, December 2010.
UIST 2010, October 2010.
SIGGRAPH 2010, July 2010.
SIGGRAPH Asia 2008, December 2008.
TeachingWinter 2012 - Computational Photography (CS478 at Stanford)
Spring 2011 - Digital Photography (CS178 at Stanford)
Winter 2010 - iPhone Application Programming (CS193P at Stanford)
Spring 2008 - Machine Structures (CS61C at Cal)
Spring 2007 - Intro to Microelectronic Circuits (EE100 at Cal)
Fall 2006 - Machine Structures (CS61C at Cal)
I am interested in computational photography, human computer interaction, and human perception.
I enjoy playing games of various kinds. Indoor rock climbing is my preferred sport. I also enjoy the occasional backpacking trip.