Towards Open World Visual Understanding

I’m a senior at the University of Maryland interested in pursuing a research career in computer vision and machine learning. I’m currently interested in working on generative models, self-supervised learning and open-world visual understanding with the goal of creating domain invariant intelligent perception systems that can generalize to the long tail of unseen data.

I’m actively involved in research at the University of Maryland under the guidance of Dr. Rama Chellappa and Dr. John Dickerson. I also collaborate with Dr. Deva Ramanan at Carnegie Mellon University. I’ve had the opportunity to work on several projects relating to vehicle re-identification, traffic anomaly detection, adversarial machine learning, multi-modal facial recognition, and open-world 3D tracking.

I’ll be joining Carnegie Mellon University as a PhD student at the Robotics Institute in Fall 2021.

Get in touch if you’d like to learn more about my work!