Department of Computer Science

Greg Slabaugh

Senior Lecturer

Dr Greg Slabaugh
Senior Lecturer
Room: A309C
Department of Computer Science
School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering
City University
London EC1V 0HB
tel: +44 20 7040 8416

Dr Gregory G. Slabaugh is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the Department of Computer Science at City University London. He has a broad background in computer vision and medical image analysis. He earned a PhD (highest honours) in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA. Dr Slabaugh has roughly a decade's experience working in industry, holding research positions at Medicsight, Siemens, and Hewlett-Packard. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and served as an Associate Editor of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

At City, Dr Slabaugh he leads the Computer Vision and Medical Image Analysis Lab, consisting of a team of researchers in computer vision, with applications to medical imaging and computer games. Current research activities are focussed on computer-aided detection of cervical spine injuries, automatic grading of brain tumours from MRI, and 3D modeling of articulated anatomy from images. He has co-authored over 85 peer-reviewed papers and has been granted 35 patents for his work in image analysis and shape modeling; a full listing is available here. His research has been funded by the European Union, the EPSRC, and the Technology Strategy Board (Innovate UK).

Dr Slabaugh is director of the MSc Computer Games Technology course at City University London. He regularly teaches modules in technical computing, including, Computer Graphics Using OpenGL (INM376/IN3005), Computer Vision (INM460/IN3060), Advanced Games Technology (IN3026), and Programming in Java (IN1007). He brings to this teaching his experience in industry, where he developed a number of applications including computer-aided design tools, medical image analysis software, and a graphics engine used in a computer game.

His longer-term research focusses on clinically-guided applications of medical image analysis. As the Head of Research and Development at Medicsight, he directed a research team in development of computer-aided detection (CAD) of pre-cancerous lesions in the colon and lung, relying on advanced techniques for segmentation, registration, and machine learning. This research was commercialised as software integrated into leading workstations used by radiologists, and he made key contributions to achieve regulatory approvals in numerous territories, including the USA (FDA) and and EU (CE marking). His earlier work at Siemens Corporate Research included novel techniques for ultrasound image enhancement, registration, and segmentation, as well as a 3D shape modeling application for hearing aid design.

PhD students

I am currently supervising the following research students studying for a PhD.

First supervision Second supervision Please note due to a recent influx of PhD students I am no longer accepting new supervision requests. However, if you have a question about doing a PhD at City University London in visual computing, please feel free to get in touch.