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I am a computer science PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am advised by Mohit Gupta. Broadly, my research interests include computer vision, machine learning, and computer graphics. My current research involves event-based neural networks and single-photon sensors.
I believe that computing technology has the potential to improve the human condition. Unfortunately, technology can also concentrate power and threaten democratic institutions. I strive to make my research consistent with humanistic and democratic values.
Spike-Based Anytime Perception
Paper | Webpage | TensorFlow Code
Event Neural Networks
Paper | Webpage | PyTorch Code | TensorFlow Code
I have listed a few miscellaneous side projects below. Note that some of these projects are a few years old (e.g., I wrote the cosmic ray simulation code in 2017). For a recent code sample see this repository (the code for our Event Neural Networks paper).