Context in Search and Browsing of Photograph
Dr. Andreas Paepcke is a senior research scientist and director of the Digital Library Project at Stanford University . His interests include user interfaces for small devices, novel Web search facilities, and browsing facilities for digital artifacts that are difficult to index. With his group of students he has designed and implemented WebBase, an experimental storage system for Web contents. His work on small devices has focused on novel methods for summarizing and transforming Web pages, and on browsing images on small devices. Dr. Paepcke has served on numerous program committees, including a position as Vice Program Chair, heading the World-Wide Web Conference's 'Browsers and User Interfaces' program track. He was a member on several National Science Foundation proposal evaluation panels. Dr. Paepcke received BS and MS degrees in applied mathematics from Harvard University , and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Previously, he worked as a researcher at Hewlett-Packard Laboratory, and as a research consultant at Xerox PARC.