IBM Research - Haifa, Israel
Dr. Pavel Kisilev is a research staff member in the Image and Document Analytics group at the IBM Research Center in Haifa; he is a technical leader of the Haifa Medical Imaging team. Dr. Pavel Kisilev graduated from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in 2002 with a Ph.D in Electrical Engineering. Prior to IBM, he was a Research Associate in the EE department at the Technion, and in 2003-2011 was a Senior Research Scientist in Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Israel. Pavel joined IBM Research Haifa in 2011.
Pavel's research interests include image, video and signal processing and understanding, computer vision, statistical learning and medical imaging. Dr. Kisilev had pioneered the use of multi-node methods in blind source separation problems, that allowed qualitative break-through in source separation accuracy. He developed novel locally-adaptive image analysis and processing methods used in award winning HP digital cameras, printers and scanners.
Dr. Kisilev is an author of over 25 granted and filed patents, of a book chapter, and of over 30 papers in top journals and conferences in various fields.
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