Dr. David Doermann joined DARPA in April 2014. His areas of technical interest span language and media processing and exploitation, vision and mobile technologies. He comes to DARPA with a vision of increasing capabilities through joint vision/language interaction for triage and forensics applications.
Dr. Doermann joins DARPA from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he was the director of the Language and Media Processing (LAMP) Laboratory. In that role, he organized and led research projects developing new technologies for the analysis and processing of electronic and document images and the analysis, indexing and retrieval of information from a range of sources including images, video and audio. Dr. Doermann was also president and cofounder of Applied Media Analysis, Inc., and he has extensive consulting experience for customers in government agencies, high-technology corporations and legal firms.
Dr. Doermann holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in computer science and a Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has authored more than 250 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers and book chapters and is the co-editor of the Handbook of Document Image Processing and Recognition. In 2014, Dr. Doermann was elected a Fellow of the IEEE for contributions to research and development of automatic analysis and processing of document page imagery.
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