Jason Kinser

Jason Kinser

Associate Professor

Primary Research: Image processing, multi-domain data, pulse images

Office: 113 Planetary Hall Phone: 703.993.3785
Office Hours: Fairfax: Mondays 1:30–2:30 PM. Prince William: Tuesdays 4:30–5:30 PM.
Personal Website: http://kinser.www.physics.gmu.edu
Other Websites: http://binf.gmu.edu/kinser/

Current Research Interests

Classification of Regions in Lung Scans- Idiopathic pulomonary fibrosis (IPF) is a terminal disease for which this is medical relief or cure. Methods measure common presentations of IPF are being developed in the lab using pulse image processing.

Recent Publications

Coming 2013: Image Processing Using Pulse-Coupled Neural Networks, 3rd Edition, Th. Lindblad & J. Kinser, Springer

Teaching Interests

CSI - 709: Algorithms in Image Processing
BINF 734 Advanced Programming
BINF 639: Biometrics
BINF 637: Forensic DNA Sciences
PHYS 103: The Physics of Everyday Phenomena
BINF 650: Introduction to Databases for Bioinformatics



Instructional Faculty, Physics PhD Faculty