Prof. Jan Allebach named AAIA Fellow
Jan Allebach, Hewlett-Packard Distinguished Professor in Purdue University’s Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been named a Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (AAIA). Allebach is being recognized for his contributions to electronic imaging systems, image capture and rendering, color image processing, and image databases.
The AAIA was incorporated in Hong Kong in 2021. It is an academic, non-profit and non-governmental organization comprising more than 880 academicians and Fellows worldwide. Its main purpose is to strengthen scientists in the field of AI and other fields worldwide to promote the development and application of AI through a number of different mechanisms.
Allebach’s current research interests include image rendering, image quality, color imaging and color measurement, printer and sensor forensics, and digital publishing. The results of his research have been licensed to major digital printing and imaging vendors and can be found in products that have sold hundreds of millions units worldwide. Allebach has published over 115 papers in refereed journals and nearly 500 conference publications. He is inventor on 60 issued patents. The results of his research on image rendering algorithms have been licensed to major vendors of imaging products, and can be found in tens of millions of units that have been sold worldwide.