Dileepan Joseph, D.Phil. (Oxon), P.Eng. (AB)
Dileepan Joseph received the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Manitoba in May 1997. He received the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford in July 2003. Prior to his arrival at the University of Alberta in May 2004, Dr. Joseph worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Invensys University Technology Centre, also at the University of Oxford.
At the University of Manitoba, Dr. Joseph earned the Gold Medal in Engineering and the Governor General's Silver Medal. During his time at Oxford, he won prestigious awards from both Canada and the UK, including the Julie Payette–NSERC Research Scholarship and the British Chevening/Athlone-Vanier Engineering Fellowship Supplement.
At the University of Alberta, Dr. Joseph has established an Electronic Imaging Lab with the support of NSERC, Alberta Innovates–Technology Futures, CMC Microsystems, and other organizations. His work has been featured in a number of media stories, and he has spent a year on sabbatical at McGill University's prestigious Centre for Intelligent Machines.
Research interests of the Electronic Imaging Lab range from image sensors to image understanding. Motivated applicants with relevant experience are considered for graduate studies, especially those with a competitive bachelors degree.