I am a Sr. Computer Vision Scientist at NVIDIA Automotive, where I am developing computer vision and AI solutions for driverless cars. Prior to NVIDIA, I was a research fellow at the Australian Centre of Robotic Vision. I secured my PhD in Computer Vision in 2014 from the University of Adelaide. In 2013, I was one of 200 young researchers worldwide invited to attend Heidelberg Laureate Forum. I was awarded a Google Australia PhD Fellowship in Computer Vision in 2012.
My researches range from low-level geometric vision (ie robust geometric fitting, 3D reconstruction, SLAM) to high-level semantic scene understanding (ie object detection, semantic segmentation). I am also interested in robust deep learning — developing robust learning algorithms to handle noisy, outlier-contaminated datasets.
- November 2018: 1 paper accepted to WACV18.
- Octobor 2018: Appointed as Associate Editor for IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters.
- September 2018: 1 paper accepted to ACCV 2018.
- July 2018: 2 papers accepted to ECCV 2018, 1 paper accepted to BMVC 2018 (oral).
- June 2018: I am excited to join NVIDIA as a Senior Computer Vision Scientist.
- We are organising a Real-World Challenges and New Benchmarks for Deep Learning in Robotic Vision workshop, in conjunction with CVPR 2018.
- I am going to give a tutorial about Semantic Mapping at Robotic Vision Summer School 2018 (RVSS).
- 1 paper accepted to Journal: Methods in Ecology and Evolution
- 3 papers accepted to ICRA 2018