My name is Tiffany Ly. I am a PhD student and graduate research assistant under the supervision of Dr. Scott T. Acton in the Virginia Image and Video Analysis Lab (VIVA) at the University of Virginia. I completed my bachelor's in Electrical Engineering in 2015 from the University of Virginia. I received my master's in Electrical Engineering in April 2017 from the University of Virginia for my work on image retrieval on the Automata Processor.
My current research interests are in image segmentation and analysis of medical/biological images, machine learning, and image classification.
- T. Ly, J. Thompson, T. Harris, and S. T. Acton. "The Coupled TuFF-BFF Algorithm for Automatic 3D Segmentation of Microglia." accepted as a conference contribution to International Conference on Image Processing 2018. [pdf]
- T. Ly, R. Sarkar, K. Skadron, and S. T. Acton, “Classifying Images in a Histopathological Dataset Using the Cumulative Distribution Transform on an Automata Architecture,” in Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP) , Nov 2017.
- T. Ly, R. Sarkar, K. Skadron, and S. T. Acton, “Feature extraction and image retrieval on an automata structure,” in Proceedings of the 50th Asilomar Conferences on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Nov 2016. [pdf]
last updated May 2018