My name is Michael Merickel and I'm interested in web and mobile development, computer vision, image processing and image segmentation. I'm also an avid player of ultimate frisbee and disc golf, as well as soccer, skiing and raquetball.
I'm currently employed by Digital Artefacts where I work on web design, iPhone/iPad apps, museum exhibits, embedded projects, and many other things.
In my free time I'm involved in the Pyramid web framework, contributing patches and providing assistance in any way I can. Most of my open source efforts are devoted to all things Python.
I received my Masters in ECE from the University of Iowa in 2007. While there, I studied medical image analysis in the context of image segmentation using graph-based algorithms.
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