Marco Loog received an M.Sc. in mathematics from Utrecht University and a Ph.D. degree from the Image Sciences Institute for the development and improvement of contextual statistical pattern recognition methods and their use in the processing and analysis of images. Currently, his primary affiliation is with the Pattern Recognition Laboratory at Delft University of Technology, where he holds an assistant professorship. Marco holds secondary affiliations with the Image Group at the University of Copenhagen and the Image Science and Technology Group at Eindhoven of University Technology. He currently is vice-chair of Technical Committee 1 of the International Association of Pattern Recognition. His ever-evolving research interests nowadays include multiscale image analysis, semi-supervised and multiple instance learning, saliency, computational perception, the dissimilarity approach, and black math.
Biography Updated on 13 August 2012