I am an Associate Professor of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before coming to Madison, I was a research scientist at Columbia University. I received my PhD from the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.
I direct the WISIONLab with research interests broadly in computer vision and computational imaging.
I’m a graduate student in the computer science department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, advised by Dr. Mohit Gupta. My interests are broadly in computer vision, graphics, and machine learning.
I am a computer science PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am advised by Mohit Gupta. Broadly, my research interests include computer vision, graphics, and machine learning. My current research is focused on event-based inference (vision models where the amount of computation depends on the scene dynamics) and, to a lesser extent, sensing (e.g., event cameras).
I am a PhD student at the University of Wisconsin Madison, advised by Mohit Gupta at the WISION Lab. My broad interests are in the fields of computer vision and computational photography. My current work focusses on single-photon sensors in passive imaging scenarios.
I am a Graduate Student at CS Dept. of UW-Madison. I am part of the Wision Lab where I am advised by Prof. Mohit Gupta. My research revolves around the areas of Computer Vision and Deep Learning. Currently, I am working on Visual Recognition for Single Photon Cameras.
Graduate student currently working on low-level vision tasks with SPAD sensors. Interested in developing reliable and efficient video processing algorithms in general.
I am a first year graduate student in the Computer Vision Group at UW-Madison advised by Prof. Mohit Gupta. My research interests are in computational imaging, applied optimization, machine learning and physics-based models.
I am a PhD Student in the Computer Sciences Department at UW-Madison. I’m advised by Prof. Mohit Gupta. I’m interested in computer vision and computational imaging.