Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where as a member of the CI2CV lab, I work with Prof. Simon Lucey on modeling the 3D geometry of objects for semantic scene analysis. Before that, I was a postdoctoral associate at the Pattern Analysis and Computer Vision department of IIT, working on video analysis, specifically for crowd anomaly detection and action recognition. I finished my Ph.D. under supervision of Prof. Terence Sim at the School of Computing, National University of Singapore. During my Ph.D., I worked on different computer vision problems, including face analysis, visual object tracking, object detection and action recognition. In particular, my Ph.D. dissertation was about the theory and applications of advanced correlation filters, where I introduced a novel correlation filter for recognizing patterns in images and videos.
- November 2017: a short demo of Turbo BACF (tracks 300 fps) is added to the BACF project page.
- July 2017: Got three papers accepted in ICCV'17. Publication page is updated.
- May 2017: My second book chapter on Crowd Behavior analysis, just published:
- March 2017: Looking for the state of the art correlation filter based tracker? check out Learning Background-Aware Correlation Filters for Visual Tracking. Code and benchmark is available here.
- March 2017: "Need for Speed: A Benchmark for Higher Frame Rate Object Tracking", Dataset, benchmark and all results are available here.
- Sep 2016: Got a paper accepted to 3DVision 2016: Structure from Category, with Chen Kong, Rui Zhu and Prof. Simon Lucey.
- June 2016: MATLAB code for Correlation Filter Cascade for Facial Landmark Localization (WACV'16) is uploaded!
- May 2016: Got a paper accepted to ICIP 2016: Person Re-Identification using Spars Representation with Manifold Constraints.
- May 2016: Attended to the Mid-Atlantic Computer Vision (MACV) Workshop 2016, at Johns Hopkins University.
- March 2016: Moved to CMU for my new position (update soon!)
- Jan. 2016: Got two papers accepted in WACV'16: Correlation Filter Cascade for Facial Landmark Localization, with Prof. Terence Sim (NUS), and Person Re-identification Using Multiple First-Person-Views on Wearable Devices, with Anirban Chakraborty from NTU.
- Sep. 2015: Book chapter published in Springer book on Toward Robotic Socially Believable Behaving Systems: Detecting Abnormal Behavioral Patterns in Crowd Scenarios, 2015.
- July 2015: MATLAB code for tracking by Correlation Filters with Limited Boundaries (CVPR'15) is uploaded.
- June 2015: Attended to CVPR'15!
- June 2015: Paper accepted to the IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal based Surveillance (AVSS) 2015: Violence Detection in Crowded Scenes using Substantial Derivative, with Vittorio Murino, Alessandro Perina and Sadegh Mohammadi.
- May 2015: Paper accepted to ICIAP 2015: Abnormality detection with improved histogram of oriented tracklets, with Prof. Vittorio Murino, Dr. Alessandro Perina, Dr. Moin Nabi and Hossein Mousavi.
- Bravo NUS! World's top 10 for 11 subjects.
- April 2015: Paper accepted to ICIP 2015: Crowd motion monitoring using tracklet-based commotion measure, with Prof. Vittorio Murino, Dr. Alessandro Perina, Dr. Moin Nabi and Hossein Mousavi.
- April 2015: Oral paper accepted to GROW CVPRW 2015: A comparison of crowd commotion measures from generative models, with Prof. Vittorio Murino, Dr. Alessandro Perina and Sadegh Mohammadi.
- March 2015: Paper accepted to CVPR 2015: Correlation filters with limited boundaries, with Prof. Terence Sim and Prof. Simon Lucey.
- Oct. 2014: Attended to 5th PAVIS school. Thanks to Antonio Torralba for his great talk on scene understanding and object recognition in context.
- Sep. 2014: Joined PAVIS.
- Aug. 2014: PhD is done.
- May 2014: Paper accepted to ICIP 2014: Multi channel correlation filters for human action recognition, with Prof. Terence Sim and Prof. Simon Lucey.
- Sep. 2013: Paper accepted to ICCV 2013: multi channel correlation filters, with Prof. Terence Sim and Prof. Simon Lucey.