FANNY NINA-PARAVECINO
Currently I'm a PhD student in Computer Engineering at Northeastern University. I belong to NUCAR group under supervision of Professor David Kaeli. I'm from Cusco - Peru. I finished my undegraduate program in Computer and Informatic System at San Antonio Abad University in Cusco-Peru. I did my master in Computer Engineering with specialty in Computer Systems at University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez.
Resume

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My master research was focused in developing and implementing algorithms to recognize man-made objects over hyperspectral imagery. Hyperspectral images are images that give us enormous amount of data, in order to take advantage of this data we can extract different pattern to recognize different objects on the images.

As my PhD research I would like to focus on high performance and parallel computing using of different technology like OpenGL and CUDA.
Teaching
I teach the laboratories and grade the different project of the following graduate and undergradute classes:

Gradute clasess:
- Fundamentals of Computer Engineering
- Fundamentals of Software Construction

Undergradute clasess:
- Optimization Methods
Publications
XVI -SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing, 2010
Algorithms and Technologies for Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Imagery
"Paper entitled "Spherical Harmonics as a Shape Descriptor for Hyperspectral Image Classification"