CDS Lecture Series

Michael I. Miller
Director, Center for Imaging Science
The Johns Hopkins University

Michael I. Miller is a recognized leader and pioneer in areas of image understanding, pattern theory, computer vision, medical imaging/computational anatomy, and computational neuroscience. Dr. Miller has authored papers on magnetic resonance imaging, brain imaging, jump diffusion processes in image understanding, and computational anatomy. His research and teaching interests are in the areas of pattern theory, computational linguistics, computational neuroscience, and computational anatomy. In a recent update of ISI Essential Science IndicatorsSM, Dr. Miller garnered the highest increase in total citations in the field of Engineering. His most-cited paper is "Deformable templates using large deformation kinematics," (IEEE Trans. Image Processing 5[10]: 1435-47, October 1996), with a total of 60 citations to date. In July 1998, Dr. Miller joined The Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering as a Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering, where he currently leads the Center for Imaging Science (CIS) in the Whitaker Institute of Biomedical Engineering. In May 2003 he was appointed the Herschel L. Seder Professorship in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Before coming to Johns Hopkins Dr. Miller was affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis since 1984 as a Professor of Electrical Engineering. In 1995 he was named the Newton R. and Sarah L. Wilson Professorship in Biomedical Engineering, which he held until 1998. Dr. Miller received the national IEEE Biomedical Engineering Thesis Awards first prize in 1982, The Johns Hopkins Paul Ehrlich Graduate Student Thesis Award in 1983, and The Presidential Young Investigator Award in 1986. Michael Miller received his BSEE fro the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1976, and his MSEE and PhD BME from The Johns Hopkins University in 1978 and 1983 respectively.

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