These two nice decompositions of me in arbitrary color channels were possible due to COLORLAB (for Matlab 5 or higher)


Jesús Malo, PhD in Physics
Associate Professor at the Dpt. of Optics,
School of Physics. 
Universitat de València
C/ Dr. Moliner 50. 46100.
Burjassot, València. SPAIN
Tel (office): +34 963 544 717
Tel (lab): +34 963 543 095
Fax:+34 963 544 715

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Jesús Malo (1970) received the M.Sc. degree in Physics in 1995 and the Ph.D. degree in Physics in 1999 both from the Universitat de València

He was the recipient of the Vistakon European Research Award in 1994. In 2000 and 2001 he worked as Fulbright Postdoc at the Vision Group of the NASA Ames Research Center (A.B. Watson), and at the Lab of Computational Vision of the Center for Neural Science, New York University (E.P. Simoncelli). He came back to the NYU in 2013 for a semester. Currently, he serves as Associate Editor of IEEE Trans. Im. Proc. He is with the Image and Signal Processing Group and the Visual Statistics Group (VI(S)TA) at the Universitat de València. He is member of the Asociación de Mujeres Investigadoras y Tecnólogas (AMIT).

He is interested in models of low-level human vision, their relations with information theory, and their applications to image processing and vision science experimentation. His interests also include (but are not limited to) Fourier, Matlab, modern art, independent movies, chamber music, Lou Reed, Belle and Sebastian, The Pixies, comics, la Bola de Cristal, Faemino y Cansado, and beauty in general...



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