I am associate professor at both Yale-NUS College and
Department of Electrical
and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS).
I also hold a courtesy appointment with School of Computing.
My main research is in computer vision and deep learning,
particularly in the domains of low level vision (bad
weather/nighttime, color analysis, physics-based vision,
optical flow, etc.),
human pose/motion analysis, and applications of deep learning
in healthcare. I received my PhD from The University of Tokyo,
and subsequently was affiliated with NICTA/Australian National
University, Imperial College London, and Utrecht University.
Email address: tanrobby (att) gmail.com
A few PhD student and postdoc positions. Email me your
transcripts and CV.
[April 2022]: A paper on 3D multi-person pose
estimation is accepted in IEEE TPAMI.
[April 2022]: A paper on adherent raindrop removal from
video is accepted in IEEE TIP.
[Dec 2021]: Organizing a CVPR'22 workshop on Vision for
All Seasons: Adverse Weather and Lighting Conditions
[Jun 2021]: Invited talk on Night Images in CVPRW'21:
[May 2021]: Invited talk on Human 3D Poses in SGInnovate: [youtube]