Onur G. Guleryuz


I am a software engineer at Google with the Daydream R&D team. Previously I was with LG Electronics, Futurewei Technologies, DoCoMo USA Labs, Epson R&D, and the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. This website contains research-related information, published articles, and related software.


PhD: Electrical Engineering, June 1997. 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

MSc: Engineering and Applied Science, June 1992. 
Yale University.

BSc: Electrical Engineering, June 1991. 
Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.

BScPhysics, June 1991. 
Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.

Research Interests:

  • Statistical signal processing and information theory with primary applications in digital signals, images, and video.
    • Sparse signal models and related estimation/inverse problems.
      • Dimensionality reduction, machine learning.
      • Model-based accelerators for deep neural networks.
      • Denoising, super-resolution, restoration.
      • Inter-signal prediction.
    • Anisotropic and multiresolutional signal representations.
      • Fast transforms and signal decompositions.
    • Computer vision and augmented reality.
      • Pattern matching.
      • HCI with gestures.
      • Design of visually pleasing, immersive virtual spaces.
    • Next generation image and video compression.
      • Geometrical image/video compression.
      • Novel prediction techniques for hybrid video coders.
    • Statistical signal models for financial and biological systems.
    • Detection, compression, and routing trade-offs in sensor and information networks.
    • Information theoretic inequalities.
    • Intelligent summaries for images and video.