Programmer Analyst II
Office: East Building 3359
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale - 2000
M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Illinois University at Carbondale - 2002
Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Southern Illinois University Carbondale - 2011
Matt began his career at Washington University in March of 2008. Prior to this, he worked as an electrical engineer, developing software and hardware for embedding computing environments in the power distribution and management industry. Matt also has experience teaching as an Adjunct Instructor of mathematics at John Logan College in Carterville, IL and as part of a development team in the CTCCAD group in the NIH Clinical Center where he spent time as an Intramural Research Training Award Summer Student in 2005. As part of his Ph.D. work, Matt has investigated seeding, segmentation, feature manipulation, and pattern classification techniques to be used in Screening Mammography CAD systems.
Digital Image Processing
Pattern Recognition & Classification
Tau Beta Pi, 2001-Present, ILE President in 2005
- Bitter I, Kelsey M, Summers RM. Performance Tuning of Candidate Determination Methods for Computer Aided Detection of Colon Polyps. SPIE Medical Imaging. San Diego: SPIE, 2006; 6143-46.
- Chevalier, L.R., Chrisman, B., and Kelsey, M., 2001. Success Week: A Freshman Orientation Program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale College of Engineering. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education, Aug. 6-10, 2001, Oslo/Bergen Norway.