Christopher F. Barnes

Associate Professor
Biography: 

Christopher F. Barnes is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Prof. Barnes received the Ph.D. degree from Brigham Young University in 1989, after which he joined the Georgia Tech Research Institute as research faculty. He transferred to the ECE School with assignment to the Georgia Tech Savannah (GTS) campus as an Associate Professor in 2002, and retains GTRI adjunct status as a Principal Research Engineer. Prof. Barnes has 25 years experience in basic and applied research and has published approximately 140 papers and holds one patent. Prof. Barnes' areas of research include image and video driven data mining, genomic signal processing, data compression, trellis coded modulation, synthetic aperture imaging, pattern recognition, and high performance computing for radar signal processing.