I am an assistant professor at both Yale-NUS College and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS). My main research is in computer vision and deep learning (machine learning), particularly in the domains of bad weather, physics-based and motion analysis.
Before coming to Singapore, I was an assistant professor in Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Prior to that, I was a research associate at Imperial College London, and a research scientist at NICTA/the Australian National University, working with Prof. Richard Hartley. I received my PhD from the University of Tokyo, under the supervision of Prof. Katsushi Ikeuchi.
I also hold a courtesy joint appointment with NUS' Interactive and Digital Media Institute (IDMI) particularly as a principal investigator in the SeSaMe research project, a partner of NUS' BIGHEART, and a principal investigator of a DIRP's bad weather project.
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