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I am a recent Ph.D. graduate in Computer Science at Washington University in St. Louis. My adviser Robert Pless and I are members of the Media and Machines Lab.
In August, I will join the Computer Science Department at the University of Kentucky as an Assistant professor. I will be affiliated with the Center for Visualization & Virtual Environments.
My research area is in understanding long-sequences of video from outdoor cameras. I am working to solve traditional computer vision problems, such as calibration and tracking, using video of a scene captured over weeks, months, and even years. One part of this work is in using natural scene variations to geo-calibrate widely distributed cameras. Another part is in learning scene models to facilitate tracking and anomaly detection.
Using Cloud Shadows to Infer Scene Structure and Camera Calibration
as author at 23rd IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2010 - San Francisco,