I am a first year PhD student at the Montreal Institute of Learning Algorithms (MILA), advised by Dr. Liam Paull. My interests are diverse; predominantly along the intersections of deep learning, computer vision, and autonomous robotics.
Specifically, I believe that unsupervised/self-supervised learning holds great potential, especially for challenging robotic perception problems such as SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) and autonomous driving. I am currently investigating the applicability of projective geometry as a rich perceptual signal for learning such capabilities.
When I’m not doing research, I love to spend time writing technical blogs, tutorials, and open-source code.
|Jun 29, 2018||Two papers acceted to IROS 2018!|
|Apr 18, 2018||Paper on unsupervised visual odometry accepted to a CVPR 2018 Workshop|
|Apr 11, 2018||New preprint on unsupervised deep visual odmetry learning!|
|Mar 24, 2018||Two more preprints out on arXiv!!|
|Feb 28, 2018||Preprints of accepted ICRA 2018 paper on arXiv!|
|Jan 12, 2018||Two papers accepted to ICRA 2018|