John Murray-Bruce


Assistant Professor

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Dr. John Murray-Bruce received both the MEng degree with honours (2012) and the PhD
degree (2016) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) from Imperial College London, UK.
In March 2017, he joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering department of Boston
University (Boston, MA) as a postdoctoral research associate.
In Spring 2020, he joined USF’s department of Computer Science and Engineering as an
assistant processor. His primary research area is computational imaging – the co-design of
imaging sensors and algorithms to realize novel systems that transcend the capabilities of
traditional imaging techniques.

Research Interests

Computational imaging; PDE-constrained inverse problems; Computational sensing; Sampling theory and applications

Teaching Interests

Computational imaging; Digital signal processing; Image processing


PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, UK (2016)
MEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, UK (2012)

Honors and Awards

Int. Conf. Computational Photography (ICCP) Best Poster Award (2018).
Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Prize, for ‘Best All-round Performance’ in M.Eng.
degree (2012)
Top-2 student overall in the M.Eng. degree (2012)
Maurice Hancock Award (2008)