Rob Fergus
homepage:http://cs.nyu.edu/~fergus/
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Description

His research is in the areas of Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Computer Graphics. He is interested in building statistical models of images both at the high level of objects and scenes and also at the low level of pixels and edges. These models may then be deployed in a variety of problems. Those of particular interest include: object recognition, image search and computational photography.

He currently works with two students: Dilip Krishnan and Melanie Clements. He is a member of the Vision, Learning and Graphics group.


Lectures:

invited talk
flag Convolutional Neural Networks and Computer Vision
as author at  Deep Learning Summer School, Montreal 2016,
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  panel
flag Opportunities for cosmology to meet machine learning
as author at  Cosmology meets Machine Learning,
together with: Phil Marshall (moderator), Bernhard Schölkopf, Neil D. Lawrence, David W. Hogg, Alexandre Refregier, Jean-Luc Starck, Robert Lupton, Iain Murray,
301 views
invited talk
flag Dark flash photography
as author at  Machine Learning meets Computational Photography,
486 views
  lecture
flag Semi-Supervised Learning in Gigantic Image Collections
as author at  Conference Sessions,
434 views