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Henry S. Baird

Professor



Computer Science & Engr
Lehigh University
19 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA  18015-3084
Email*:  
Phone:  
+1 (610) 758-6671
Fax:  
+1 (610) 758-4096
Office:  
19 - Packard Lab, room 380
Hours:  
SP15 Semester: Weds 12-1 PM, or by appointment
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Henry Baird's research has focussed on high-performance computer vision and pattern recognition technologies.   

This coming Spring semester (SP15) he will be teaching three courses:   Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Advanced Algorithms, and Pattern Recognition.

ICDAR2011 CLT & HSB

He gave an invited keynote talk, "Document Recognition Without Strong Models," at the principal conference in his field:  the IAPR 11th Int'l Conf. on Document Analysis and Recognition, Beijing, China, September 18-21, 2011.  [PaperPDF TalkPPT  TalkPDF]
ICDAR11 HSB on stageICDAR11 Group Photo

He is faculty advisor for Lehigh's chapter of oSTEM: LGBT students out in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics.

He joined Lehigh in January 2004 after thirty years in industrial research as Principal Scientist and area manager at PARC (Palo Alto, CA), department head and Member of Research Staff at Bell Labs (Murray Hill, NJ), and member of technical staff at RCA Sarnoff Labs (Princeton, NJ).

He has published five books and over one hundred technical papers.  He holds ten patents.

He has been elected Fellow of the IEEE and of the IAPR, and he received an ICDAR Outstanding Contributions Award.

He earned a Ph.D. in EECS from Princeton Univ. in 1984.  He also holds a Masters degree in CS from Rutgers Univ., and a bachelors in Mathematics from Harvard College.


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2003 P.C. Rossin College of Engineering & Applied Science
Computer Science & Engineering, Packard Laboratory, Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA 18015