About Ramesh

Ramesh has been an active researcher in Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Multimedia Computing, Experiential computing, and Digital Health. While professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, he founded and directed artificial intelligence laboratory; and at University of California, San Diego, he founded visual computing lab.  At University of California, Irvine, He is founding director of UCI Institute for Future Health. He was also the founding Editor-in-Chief of IEEE MultiMedia magazine and Machine Vision and Applications journal.  His co-authored and co-edited books include two text books: Machine Vision (published in 1995), and Multimedia Computing (published in 2014). Ramesh has been elected Fellow of ACM, IEEE, AAAS, IAPR, AAAI, and SPIE. He is the recipient of several awards including the ACM SIGMM Technical Achievement Award 2010.

Ramesh co-founded multiple companies (Imageware, Virage, Praja, Seraja, mChron, and Krumbs), managed them in initial stages, and then turned them over to professional management.  He enjoys working with companies, is involved in research, and enjoys writing.

His current research is in building computing and data-driven approaches for Future Health.

COMING:

Future of Computing and Food; Keynote Talk; Kyoto, Japan, March 28, 2019.

A Navigational Approach to Health; Vision Paper in IEEE Computer Magazine.  In Press.

RECENT:

IEEE Web Intelligence 2018; Keynote Talk; Santiago Chile, December 4, 2018

15th IEEE Int. Conf on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance; Keynote Talk; Oct 27, 2018

Fourth India Science Festival; Keynote in Global Indian Science and Technology Stakeholders; Lucknow, India;  Oct 5, 2018.

IEEE MIPR 2018; Keynote Talk; Miami, Florida, April 10,  2018

INTERVIEW:  ACM SigMM Records, Issue 2, 2017.

headshot_researcherVideo Profile: Ramesh Jain – Father of Multimedia.

International Interview Published: Ramesh Jain Interview for Chinese Professional Organization. CCCF Magazine April 2015