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I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel HillPrior to joining UNC, I was a postdoctoral researcher at Facebook AI where I worked with Lorenzo Torresani. Before that, I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania with Jianbo Shi. I did my undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College.

Prospective Graduate Students: I am recruiting motivated students in computer vision. If you are interested, please email me an overview of your prior work and your CV.

Undergraduates at UNC: If you are interested in computer vision research, especially its applications to sports/basketball, please email me your CV and transcript.

Research Interests

My research interests are in computer vision and machine learning. In particular, I'm interested in the topics of video understanding, human behavior modeling, multi-modal deep learning, and transfer learning. I'm also passionate about using computer vision for advanced basketball analytics.


Recent Talks

  • 06/18/23 Keynote talks at LOVEU and Sight & Sound Workshops at CVPR 2023.

  • 12/09/22 Talk at Portland Trail Blazers.

  • 06/20/22 Keynote talk at the CVPR'22 EPIC Workshop (slidesrecording)

  • 04/11/22 Invited talk at Samsung AI Center

  • 04/05/22 Invited talk at VGG Seminar, University of Oxford

  • 06/19/21 Keynote talk at the ActivityNet Workshop (link)

  • 04/15/21 Facebook AI Transformers Workshop

  • 04/13/21 KUIS AI Center (link)

  • 03/30/21 MIT Vision & Graphics Seminar (link)

  • 03/29/21 Brown University

  • 03/25/21 UMass Amherst (link)

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