I am an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the Robotics Institute, where I am a part of the Computer Vision group. I am interested in building perception systems that can infer the spatial and physical structure of the world they observe. Please see these recenttalks for an overview. Prior to joining CMU, I was a Research Scientist at FAIR, Pittsburgh working with Abhinav Gupta. I previously graduated from UC Berkeley, where I was advised by Jitendra Malik, and also frequently collaborated with Alyosha Efros.
I am a graduate student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a Master’s degree in Computer Vision. Prior to CMU, I worked at Samsung Research Institute Banglore as a lead Engineer, working on developing and deploying on-device machine learning models for Samsung’s flagship galaxy series. I graduated from IIIT Hyderabad where my main research was on computational cinematography.
I am a graduate student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a Master’s degree in Computer Vision. Her current interests lie in Computer graphics, 3D modeling, and human-computer interaction. Previously, I worked on human-computer interaction, which included VR and AR applications at National Taiwan University, Taiwan, under Prof. Yi-Ping Hung and Prof. Ping-Hsuan Han. I also worked as a software engineer intern at Amazon from May 2022 to Aug 2022. The work primarily involved designing, implementing, and maintaining the transportation services in Middle Mile Planning and Middle Mile Product and Technology team.