1. Kimmel, Sethian, "Fast marching on triangulated domains scheme, that efficiently computes geodesic distances on triangulated surfaces"
2. Elad, Kimmel, "Bending invariant signatures for isometric surfaces. A method for matching isometric surfaces"
3. Bronstein, Bronstein, Kimmel, "Eigen-forms for expression invariant 3D face recognition"
Some keywords: Eikonal solvers, geodesic distance maps, Multidimensional scaling, dimensionality reduction, eigen-decomposition/flattening of geometric structures.
His research interests are in differential geometry, scientific computing, image processing and analysis, biometrics, robotic navigation, and computer graphics. Prof. Kimmel was awarded the Rich innovation award (twice), the Taub Prize for excellence in research, and the Alon, HTI, Wolf, Gutwirth, Ollendorff, and Jury fellowships.
He is an associate editor of Int. J. of Computer Vision and IEEE Trans. on Image Processing (and other journals). He has been a long term consultant of HP research Lab (1998-2000), Net2Wireless/Jigami research (2000-2001), and MediGuide (2002-2004).
CS Dept. Technion