32 Vassar St.
|I am a
postdoc in Bill Freeman’s group
at MIT, with research interests in computer vision, graphics and
machine learning. I completed my
Master’s (2013) and PhD (2018) degrees in the EECS department at MIT,
advised by Professors John
Guttag and Frédo
My PhD thesis was
titled Analyzing and Synthesizing
Deformations in Image Datasets. I
explored how modeling deformations is useful for applications such as image warping/synthesis, image registration, and
action alignment in videos. |
I also have an interest in applications of computer vision to healthcare. My Master's work focused on vitals signs measurement from video recordings.
Prior to MIT, I completed my bachelor of science degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. There, I worked on medical machine learning research with Professor Zeeshan Syed.
An Unsupervised Learning Model for Deformable Medical Image