My research interests are in
. I create algorithms
that use geometric and physical models of light.
Ph. D. thesis
was done at the
, where my advisor was
After graduating, I spent three great years as a postdoc at
and a fun couple of years with the amazing Imaging R&D lab at
in sunny Dallas.
I have joined the
University of Florida's ECE department
as an Assistant Professor.
Here is a list of
my recent research
, with links to the project we
A low-power structured light sensor for outdoor scene reconstruction and dominant material identification (2012)
Wide Angle Micro Sensors for Vision on a Tight Budget (2011)
Editing Stereoscopic content (2010)
Shadow cameras: Reciprocal views from illumination masks(2009)
Illustrating motion through DLP photography (2009)
Temporal dithering of illumination for fast active vision (2008)
Novel depth cues from uncalibrated near-field lighting (2007)
Clustering appearance for scene analysis (2006)
Structured light for scattering media (2005)