I am a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science at The Johns Hopkins University. I am part of the Computational Interaction and Robotics Lab, I am advised by Dr Gregory D Hager and Dr Bruno Jedynak.

Projects

Asteroid detection: We aim to develop asteroid detection, tracking, and identification algorithms that can be hosted on-board a spacecraft to serve as an early warning system for asteroids approaching the earth.

Efficient Search: The goal is to develop parallelizable Bayesian schemes for fast object localization in images, which can be used in conjunction with Computer Vision and Machine Learning techniques to locate the objects efficiently.

Publications

Teaching

I was a teaching assistant for Introduction to Machine Learning in Spring'14.

Past Projects

Computational Stereo: Stereo matching and correspondence on the da Vinci surgical system.

Barrett's Esophagus: Detection and classification of lesions in the human esophagus using endoscopic images.

Contact

first name at cs dot jhu dot edu
Hackerman 136, 3400 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD-21218