George Landon

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George Landon, Ph.D.

Professor of Computer Science

Biography

Dr. Landon joined the Cedarville faculty in 2019. He has extensive experience in Computer Vision and Computer Graphics with specific application in 3D scanning and document scanning. He has been involved in scanning projects in the United Kingdom, Puerto Rico, and other U.S. sites. Dr. Landon has also be active in multiple game development projects and actively participates in both global and regional video game conferences. His current research includes acquiring photometric properties of surface materials for use in photorealistic rendering of games and simulations.

Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Kentucky,
  • B.S. in Computer Science, University of Kentucky

Scholarly Works

  • George V. Landon, A pipeline for digital restoration of deteriorating photographic negatives. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 16(1): 79-88, May 2015
  • Shiradkar, R.; Li Shen; Landon, G.; Ong, S.H.; Ping Tan, "A New Perspective on Material Classification and Ink Identification," Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2014 IEEE Conference on , vol., no., pp.2275,2282, 23-28 June 2014
  • Matthew P. Winslow, George V. Landon, Michael C. Wells, Adam C. Crighton, Increasing Empathy Software: Play A Game To Increase Your Empathic Ability. Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 17-19 January 2013, New Orleans, LA.
  • George V. Landon, Yun Lin, and W. Brent Seales. Towards automatic photometric correction of casually illuminated documents. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2007. CVPR ’07., June 2007.
  • George V. Landon and W. Brent Seales. Petroglyph digitization: enabling cultural heritage scholarship. Machine Vision and Applications, 17(6):361–371, December 2006.

Interests

  • Jogging, hiking, tabletop games, serving in my local church, and traveling
  • Why Cedarville?: At Cedarville University, I am encouraged to use my God-given gifts in computer science for the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ.