Orly Liba
Research Scientist

Google Scholar

I am a researcher and engineer interested in computational imaging, computer vision, machine learning and optics.
I am fascinated by the properties of light and by the ways we can manipulate it for scene capture and display.
I enjoy working on visual challenges at the intersection of human and machine perception.

Since January 2018, I am a Research Scientist at Google Mountain View.
I work on developing computational imaging and computer vision algorithms for the Pixel camera and Android.

I recently completed a PhD in a Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.
My PhD research at the de la Zerda lab focused on developing computational and optical tools for medical imaging with Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT).
defended my PhD on Dec. 13th 2017.
I was featured on Stanford EE Spotlights.
I was a teaching assistant for Computational Imaging and Display twice, in 2016 and 2017.
In the summer of 2016 I completed the Stanford Ignite program (a program of the Graduate School of Business), in which my team and I created a business plan for a venture idea based on my PhD research.
At Stanford, I was active in the Women in Electrical Engineering (WEEgroup and the Stanford's Optical Society as a board member. 
Since 2014, I am a Bio-X Bowes fellow.

During the summer of 2017, I interned at Apple in the camera software team and developed computational imaging algorithms for the iPhone camera.
Before Stanford, I worked for several years in the high-tech industry (see CV).

Last updated on May 2018.