- B.E. Electrical Engineering, City College (NY), 1980
- M.E. Electrical Engineering, City College (NY), 1982
- Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, City University of New York, 1989
Dr. Mariusz Jankowski received the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the City University of New York in 1989. He was Visiting Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at The City College from 1989 to 1990. He is currently a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Jankowski has received awards from the Ames Laboratory, Wolfram Research, and University of Southern Maine He has received grants from the National Science Foundation, Maine Science and Technology Foundation, and Department of Energy.
Primary research interests are in the development of algorithms and software systems for digital image processing. In particular image enhancement, segmentation, shape description, and recognition with application to biomedical imaging and computer vision. Dr. Jankowski is the developer of a general purpose image processing package for Mathematica, a modern system for mathematical computing.
Jankowski, M., Recent advances in computational technology in the classroom, Proceedings 2011 ASEE Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June 26-29, 2011.
Jankowski, M., Image segmentation – an implementation of the mean shift algorithm, Proceedings 8th International Mathematica Symposium, Maastricht, Holland, June 20-24, 2008.
Jankowski, M., Digital Image Processing Application Package, version 2.2, Wolfram Research Inc., Software and User’s Guide © 2007.
Jankowski, M., Whatever happened to computer algebra systems in the engineering classroom, Proceedings IEEE DSP/SPE Workshop, Jackson Lake, Wyoming, USA, September 2006.
Jankowski, M., Comet Assay – an introduction to the Digital Image Processing application package, 2nd European Medical & Biological Engineering Conference, Vienna, Austria, December 04-08, 2002.
Jankowski, M., Linear and morphological image processing, Mathematica Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2001, (147-159).