Dr. Daniel L. Lau received his B.S.E.E. degree from Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, with highest distinction in May 1995 and then his Ph. D. degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Delaware in May 1999. Daniel has worked at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California, and he has spent a year as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Delaware. Daniel also enjoyed a year at Aware, Inc in Bedford, MA, developing DSL modems. Currently, Daniel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky in their Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Daniel's research interests include image and signal processing, digital halftoning, multimedia, and nonlinear filtering. He is especially interested in applying digital image processing techniques to applications in art conservation. Daniel has written several articles on nonlinear filters for signal and image processing, and has consulted with industry on halftoning and digital printing. His published works in halftoning include an article in the December 1998 issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE. and his own book entitled Modern Digital Halftoning, Marcel Dekker 2001.