Mr. Brendan Morris

( University of Nevada, Las Vegas )


(702) 774-1480
  • Institution:University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Departments: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Research Fields: Computer Vision, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Driver Assistance Systems
  • Disciplines: Computer Software Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Engineering
  • Location:Clark County
  • Funding:DoD - Department of Defense, NIH - National Institutes of Health, Private Industry, STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, UNLV - University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Active mentor for graduate and undergraduate students. Former students are now attending universities such as UC Berkeley and UCLA.

2014-present: Faith Lutheran High STEM Internship Mentor
2012-present: Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program Mentor
2012-present: French Internship Advisor
2009-2010: UC Leads undergraduate mentor


research in computationally efficient intelligent systems. The lab combines computer vision, machine learning, and pattern recognition to develop “real” solutions. Intelligent systems are those that are able to observe the world, learn from these observations, and understand the environment. The real-time systems are designed to operate continuously and robustly through all operating modes.

Research areas of interest include traffic monitoring and pedestrian safety, activity analysis and assessment, visual object recognition, self-driving cars.