Recent developments
July, 2012
  • I successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis, and I am joining Raytheon BBN Technologies in Cambridge, MA in September.
  • I am reviewing for the journal IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (aka PAMI).
  • November, 2011
  • I am reviewing for ISBI 2012.
  • September, 2011
  • We were invited to publish an article at XRDS about our work on Connectomics. Our article was featured on the cover of the magazine's Fall issue.
  • I will present some of our recent reconstruction results at the conference BioImage Informatics at Janelia Farm.
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    Welcome

    me      
         
          Scientist
          Speech Languages and Multimedia
          Raytheon BBN Technologies
          10 Moulton St.
          Cambridge, MA

          E-mail: amelio.vazquez.reina@gmail.com

         

    I defended my Ph.D. in Computer Science at Tufts University in the summer of 2012. My research focused on statistical machine learning models and optimization methods for computer vision with applications to image and video segmentation. Between 2008 and 2012 I was a Research Fellow at Harvard University, working full-time at the Center for Brain Science with Professors Hanspeter Pfister and Jeff Lichtman on The Connectome Project. I joined Raytheon BBN Technologies as a Scientist in September 2012.

    A copy of my CV is available under request. For a summary, you can see my LinkedIn profile here.
    A copy of my Ph.D. thesis is available here.