Siddharth Manay is a post-doctoral researcher in CASC with the Sapphire group. His research interests include image processing and computer vision, with a particular interest in deterministic approaches such as variational methods and shape analysis. Siddharth received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2003 from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where his dissertation focused on the properties and applications of a non-linear partial differential equation (P.D.E.). Siddharth also earned a M.E.E. and B.E.E. from Georgia Tech.
Manay. S. and A. Yezzi, "Anti-Geometric Diffusion for Adaptive Thresholding," Proc.IEEE Intl.. Conf. Conference on Image Processing, October 2001.
Manay. S. and A. Yezzi, "Anti-Geometric Diffusion for Adaptive Thresholding and Fast Segmentation," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, Vol. 11, Nov. 2003.
Manay. S. and A. Yezzi, "Anti-Geometric Diffusion and Segmentation," SIAM Conf.on Imaging Science, Boston, March 2002. (Conference presentation without Proceedings.)
S. Manay, Contour Based Registration, technical report for GE Medical Systems Navigation and Visualization, August 2002.
Manay, S., Applications for Anti-Geometric Diffusion to Computer Vision : Thresholding, Segmentation, and Distance Functions," Doctoral Thesis, A. Yezzi (advisor), School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, April, 2003.
Manay S. and A. Yezzi, "A Second-Order PDE Technique to Construct Distance Functions with More Accurate Derivatives," Proc. IEEE Intl. Conf.on Image Processing, September 2003.
Manay S. and A. Yezzi, "A Second-Order Model-Based Approach to Constructing Signed Distance Functions with Applications to Registration," Proc. Workshop on Variational, Geometric, and Level Set Methods, October, 2003.
Manay, S., B. Hong, A. Yezzi, and S. Soatto, "Integral Invariant Signatures," European Conference on Computer Vision, May 2004.