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Contact information:

J. Ross Beveridge
Computer Science Department
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1873
Phone: 970 491-5877

Email: ross@cs.colostate.edu
Office: CSB Room 348

I am a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Colorado State University. The best part of being a professor is the balance between teaching and research. Teaching provides immediate gratification: there is always a new lecture to prepare and always new and inquisitive students to question us as they learn. Both what we teach and how we teach is constantly changing, and the intellectual give-and-take with students is invigorating.

Balancing the immediacy of teaching is research. I work in an area called computer vision. People can visually see and recognize objects effortlessly. For example, a person can instantly recognize a squirrel on a log. The goal of computer vision is to develop machines that can do this just like people do. Much of my own work on computer vision has been done in partnership with my colleague Bruce Draper; the two of us jointly run the Computer Vision Group at CSU.

Our recent research is centered enhanced humman machine communication through shared context including mutual understanding of physical presence non-verbal communication.

My most up-to-date list of publications is available through Google Scholar.

The public facing side of course websites is also a passion of mine. With the help of others, I maintain the CS Roo templates to assist others developing public facing course websites.

Office hours for Fall 2018:

Tuesday and Thursday 9:00-10:00AM and by arrangement.

Recent Teaching

Fall 2018 CS 410 Computer Graphics
Spring 2018 CS 510 Computer Graphics

Odds and ends ...

Time Well Spent hits head on how our attention is too often a commondity 'bought'; often leaving us the poorer.

"Your disability is your opportunity" - Kurt Hahn. I owe great deal to this man's ideas and good work.

Finale. A musically inclined penguin from 2004 (1st place video) - still makes me smile.

A Notable Passage from Charlotte's Web by E.B. White.. Humor in the face of momentary ignorance helps.

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