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.
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.