Sunday, August 07, 2011

Rambus Starts Computational Sensing and Imaging Project

Business Wire: Rambus announced the appointment of David Stork to Rambus Labs where he’ll spearhead the development of the company’s computational sensing and imaging initiative. Dr. Stork is an expert in optics and algorithm development. His honors include being named a Fellow from the International Association for Pattern Recognition.

“Dr. Stork’s expertise in optics and computational sensing, imaging and pattern recognition makes him an ideal leader for our long term research efforts in imaging systems", said Dr. Gary Bronner, vice president of Rambus Labs.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Stork has held many corporate research and academic positions, resulting in 40 patents and numerous books, journal papers, invited papers and plenary talks in journals and conferences. Dr. Stork has also held faculty positions as well as visiting professor and lecturer positions at Boston University, Clark University, Stanford University and Swarthmore College.


  1. Interesting .....

  2. I would love to see a hedge fund buy a copy of that patent. Physics and geometric function theory tells us that endgames provide resolution when all information is available. The economy could then grow again; God Speed.

  3. Does that mean they are hiring???? :)

  4. Look for a LOT more litigation in the imaging space... The ultimate troll has placed a new bet.


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