Ulf Cahn von Seelen

"They'll be great on peripherals when the muscles heal," he said, and I saw how carefully he reached for his double espresso. Sendai eyes are notorious for depth-perception defects and warranty hassles, among other things.

--Gibson, Burning Chrome

Until May 1997, I was a graduate student in Computer Science at the GRASP lab at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. I came to the U.S. in 1988, after getting my Master's Degree in Computer Science (Diplom-Informatiker) at the University of Karlsruhe in Germany. My work is on Active Vision (a subfield of computer vision, with a sprinkling of robotics).

I am now working at Iridian Technologies in Moorestown, New Jersey. We are developing iris recognition systems.

cahn@grasp.cis.upenn.edu / November 29, 2005