Staff R&D Engineer
Jacob Becker received his B.S. in Computer Science and Archaeology from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse (UW-L) in May 2005. While at UW-L, he pursued original, self-directed research in developing tools to record and visualize contextual relationships within archaeological sites. Part of this work was funded by the UW-L College of Science and Allied Health Deans’ Distinguished Undergraduate Research Fellowship. After UW-L, Jacob went to graduate school at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) where he received a M.S. in Computer Science in August 2009. At RPI he researched aligning a 2D image to a 3D model and filling in holes in LiDAR data using evidence provided by a single aligned 2D image.
Jacob joined the Computer Vision Group at Kitware as an R&D Engineer in October 2009.
- Deep Architecture for Small Mover Detection in Overhead Infrared Imagery," Jun. 2016. , "
- “OCC-Based Meshing for RGG Applications Using MeshKit”," Mar. 2015. , "
- KWIVER: An open source cross-platform video exploitation framework," p. 1–4, Jan. 2014. , "
- Complex Algorithm Optimization through Probabilistic Search of its Configuration Tree," Aug. 2014. , "
- LiDAR Inpainting from a Single Image," Oct. 2009. , "
- Estimating the Location of a Camera with Respect to a 3D Model," Aug. 2007. , "