Jack Tumblin


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  • SIGGRAPH 2008

    Jack Tumblin is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Northwestern University. His interests include novel photographic sensors and lighting devices to assist museum curators in historical preservation, computer graphics and visual appearance, and image-based modeling and rendering. During his doctoral studies at Georgia Tech and post-doc at Cornell, he investigated tone-mapping methods to depict high-contrast scenes. His MS in Electrical Engineering (December 1990) and BSEE (1978), also from Georgia Tech, bracketed his work as co-founder of IVEX Corp., (>45 people as of 1990) where he designed flight simulators. He was co-organizer of Computational Photography courses at Siggraph 2005 and 2006. He was an Associate Editor of ACM Transactions on Graphics 2001-2006, and holds 9 patents.  


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