I am an 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 bad weather/nighttime,
human analysis, and deep semi-supervised learning.
Previously, I was an assistant professor in
I was also a researcher at Imperial College London,
and NICTA/the Australian National
working with Prof. Richard Hartley. I received my PhD from the
University of Tokyo, under the supervision of Prof. Katsushi
Email address: tanrobby (att) gmail.com
A few open PhD positions, please email me your
transcripts and CV (if you have published papers, you should
Giving a tutorial in ICCV'19 on
"From Image Restoration to Enhancement and Beyond".
Co-organizing a workshop in ICCV'19: "Physics-based
Deep Learning (PBDL)":
Co-organizing a workshop in CVPR'19: "Vision for All
Seasons: Bad Weather and