Welcome to my website (perpetually in progress). I am an associate professor at Stevens IT. Previously, I was research assistant professor at the UNC at Chapel Hill. My research interests span many facets of image-based 3D modeling, ranging from multi-view geometry to active sensing. My work has recently focused on the exploitation and analysis of crowd-sourced imagery.
I am currently looking to hire creative, self-motivated and dedicated students (and/or postdocs) to work on 3D computer vision. For consideration please send me a single zip (<5MB) file containing your CV, any of your previous publications, plus a letter describing your research interests (past, current and future) with the names of at least two references and any additional information you deem pertinent. Positions may start this upcoming January or next Fall.
Our ISMAR 2016 contribution received the Best Paper Award. "Towards Kilo-Hertz 6-DoF Visual Tracking Using an Egocentric Cluster of Rolling Shutter Cameras”, Akash Bapat, Enrique Dunn, Jan-Michael Frahm. More details at http://www.ismar2016.org/