Dr. Nachiket Deo, 2022
Undergraduate, Probability & Statistics Major, Computer Science Minor
B.S. Electrical Engineering & Management Science Majors,
Mathematics and Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minors
Bowen Zhang, 2020
Kaouther Messaoud, 2020
Kevan Yuen, 2018
Kirill Pirozhenko, 2018
San Diego, CA
Borhan Vasli, 2018
Koh Young Technology, Inc.
Dr. Sujitha Martin, 2017
Honda Research Institute
Vision based, Multi-cue Driver Models for Intelligent Vehicles
Dr. Eshed Ohn-Bar, 2017
Computer Vision Group, CMU
Contextual Visual Object Recognition and Behavior Modeling for Human-Robot Interactivity
Aida Khosroshahi, 2017
Mountain View, CA
Surround Vehicles Trajectory Analysis with Recurrent Neural Networks
Sourabh Vora, 2017
Santa Monica, CA
Miklas S. Kristoffersen, 2017
PhD, Bang & Olufsen A/S, Aalborg University, Denmark
Jacob Dueholm, 2017
Visual Analysis of People Laboratory, Aalborg University, Denmark
Sean Lee, 2016
Qualcomm Inc., San Diego, CA
Frankie Lu, 2016
Apple Inc., CA
Rakesh Rajaram, 2016
Qualcomm Inc., San Diego, CA
Mark Philipsen, 2015
PhD, Aalborg University
Morten Jensen, 2015
PhD, Aalborg University
Nikhil Das, 2015
PhD, Advanced Robotics and Control Lab, UC San Diego
Dr. Ashish Tawari, 2014
Visual Attention from Dynamic Analysis of Head, Eyes and Salient Objects
Dr. Sayanan Sivaraman, 2013
Volkswagen Electronics Research Laboratory, Belmont, CA
Learning, Modeling, and Understanding the On-Road Environment Using Multi-modal Sensing
Dr. Cuong Tran, 2012
Scientist, Honda Research Institute, Mountain View, CA Human Machine Interactivity using Vision-based Posture Analysis at Multiple Levels
Dr. Shankar Shivappa, 2010
Senior Researcher, Digimarc, Portland, Oregon
Audio Visual Information Fusion for Human Activity Analysis
Dr. Anup Doshi, 2010
Scientist, Opera Solutions, LLC., San Diego, CA
Learning and Inferring Human Intentions: Explorations of Driver Attention and Interactivity
Dr. Brendan Morris, 2010
Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Understanding activity from trajectory patterns
(IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award, 2010)
Dr. Paul Roberts, 2009
Senior Development Engineer, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UC San Diego Multi-view, broadband, acoustic classification of marine animals
Dr. Sangho Park, 2007
Research Associate, University of Rochester
(PhD, University of Texas, Austin, 2004)
Dr. Stephen Krotosky, 2007
SAIC, La Jolla, CA
On using multiperspective color and thermal infrared videos to detect people: Issues, computational framework, algorithms and comparative analysis.
Dr. Junwen Wu, 2007
Fair Isaac, San Diego, CA Analysis of head pose, faces, and eye dynamics in images and videos: A multilevel framework and algorithms.
Dr. Joel McCall, 2006
Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA
Human attention and intent analysis using robust visual cues in a Bayesian framework.
Dr. Douglas A. Fidaleo, 2004
University of Southern California (PhD, University of Southern California, 2003)
Prof. Ivana Mikic, 2002
Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Partner, Hunter Mikic & Callaway, LLC.
[previously] Senior Scientist and Co-Founder, Vala Sciences, Inc.
Human body model acquisition and tracking using multi-camera voxel data.
Dr. David R. Nadeau, 2002
Senior Researcher, Synthesis Center, University of California, San Diego
(PhD, University of California at San Diego, 2002).
Dr. Kim Ng, 2000
Vision and Graphics, STMicroelctronics, La Jolla, CA
Three-dimensional visual modeling and virtual view synthesis: A synergetic, range-space stereo approach using omni-directional images.
Dr. Shailendra Bhonsle, 2000
[now] Senior yahoo technical at Yahoo!
[previously] Senior engineer at Cachevision
Semiorder model for temporal composition of activities from events in multi-sensory information management systems.
Dr. Anthony Copeland, 1996
(PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1996)
Prof. Fred W. DePiero, 1996
Professor and Assistant Dean, College of Engineering, Cal Poly State University
Adaptive range image segmentation and direct graph matching for 3-dimensional object recognition: Algorithms, integrated framework and implementations.
Dr. Scott Thayer, 1996
[now] Chief Technology Officer, Redzone Robotics Inc.
[previously] System Scientist, Carnegie Mellon University (PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1996)
Dr. Arun Dalmia, 1995
Consulting Depth measurements of selectable quality using image streams: Computational framework for integrated spatio-temporal gradient analysis and binocular stereo approaches.
Dr. Gopalan Ravichandran, 1995
(PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, 1992)
Prof. Mukul Shirvaikar, 1993
Associate Professor and Chair of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Tyler
Object detection in high-clutter images using multiresolution texture-based segmentation and neural network filter
Dr. Hrishikesh Gadagkar, 1992
VP, Engineering and Manufacturing, MicroMRI
Active exploration of a robotic workcell using contact and non-contact sensor
Dr. Suresh Marapane, 1991
Proctor & Gamble Vision R&D
Computational framework for multi-primitive hierarchical stereo analysis.
Dr. Chu-Xin Chen, 1991
Pacific Bell, AI Center
Planning, coordination and execution of perceptual and motor actions in sensor-based intelligent robots.
Prof. Charles Lipari, 1989
[now with] Acoustic Technologies, Mesa, AZ
[previously] Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
Geometric modeling and recognition of elongated regions in images.
Advisor: Prof. Mohan Trivedi
Dr. Erik Murphy-Chutorian
Google, Mountain View, CA Thesis: Vision-based head pose estimation and interactivity analysis: Algorithms, systems, and evaluation. (2009)
Dr. Tarak Gandhi
Google, Mountain View, CA (PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 2008
Dr. Shinko Cheng
Google, Mountain View, CA
A general probabilistic framework for volumetric articulated body pose estimation and driver gesture, activity and intent analysis for human-centric driver assistance. (2007)
(IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) Best Ph.D. Dissertation Award, 2008)
Dr. Kohsia Huang
Qualcomm, Inc., San Diego, CA
Multilevel analysis of human body, face, and gestures with networked omni video array. (2005)
Prof. Matt Barth
Bourns College of Engineering, UCR
Prof. Andrea Prati
Imagelab Group, Univ. of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Dr. Erwin Boer
Nissan Motor Corp.
Prof. Mike Mozer
CS and CogSci, University of Colorado, Boulder
Dr. Thorsten Zander and Team PhyPA
Institute of Psychology and Ergonomics, TU-Berlin
Dr. Scott Makeig
Director, Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, UCSD