Mariusz Jankowski has used Mathematica since 1995 and is a developer of image processing functionality in Mathematica. He uses Mathematica to teach electrical engineering courses and has given talks and seminars on Mathematica and applications of Mathematica to signal and image processing.
Jankowski is Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern Maine (USM). He has over 12 years of teaching experience in a wide range of electrical engineering topics, including analog and digital circuits, microprocessors, linear signals and systems, digital image processing, and signal processing and communications. He received the 1997 USM Teaching Award and the 1996 Computational Science Award for his Mathematica-based electronic courseware for image processing.
|Organization:||University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine|
|Degrees:||BE in Electrical Engineering, The City College of New York
PhD in Electrical Engineering, The City University of New York
|Interests:||Image processing, software development with Mathematica, soccer, tennis, summer (I live in Maine!)|