I am associate 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,
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.
Email address: tanrobby (att) gmail.com
A few PhD student and postdoc positions. Email me your
transcripts and CV.
[Jul 2021]: Soft-shadow removal paper accepted in
[Jul 2021]: Odometry paper accepted in IROS'21
[Jun 2021]: Three papers presented in CVPR'21
[Jun 2021]: Giving a talk on Night Images in CVPRW'21:
[Jun 2021]: Yale-NUS has open faculty positions:
[May 2021]: Giving a talk on Human 3D Poses in SGInnovate: [youtube]
[Apr 2021]: Serving as area chair for CVPR'22
[Apr 2021]: Organizing an ICCV'21 workshop on "Physics-based Vision
Meets Deep Learning":