Professor Robert Haralick awarded KS Fu prize

Professor Robert Haralick has been awarded the KS Fu prize. This is the highest honor that can be given to researchers in the Pattern Recognition area.  It is awarded to only one person every two years by the International Association for Pattern Recognition. Professor Haralick is the 15th recipient.  The citation of the award is:
"For contributions in image analysis including remote sensing, texture analysis, mathematical morphology, consistent labeling, and system performance evaluation."
The award ceremony will be at the International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) December 4-8, 2016 in Cancun Mexico. ICPR is a big conference with thousands of people from all over the world in attendance.

Submitted on: OCT 10, 2016

Category: Computer Science