I am a second year Computer Science PhD student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I am advised by Professor James Rehg within the School of Interactive Computing. My research interests are in computer vision & perception, with applications to understanding social behavior and behavioral health indicators. I am excited about developing video and multimodal recognition models that understand people and the way they interact with each other and the 3D world around them. I am grateful to be supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
I graduated from Indiana University in 2020 with a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.M. in Clarinet Performance. At IU, I did research in the Music Informatics Lab and Computer Vision Lab. I also spent 2 summers interning at Google, where I worked on deep learning for diagnosing skin conditions and scene understanding for Nest Cams.
April 2022 - I was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!
February 2022 - Ego4D was accepted to CVPR 2022!
November 2021 - I accepted an internship at Facebook Reality Labs Research for Summer 2022!
October 2021 - Introducing Ego4D, a massive, international egocentric dataset and benchmark effort! Glad to have been a part of the social benchmark team and to have led the data collection effort at Georgia Tech.
July 2021 - Our paper Big Self-Supervised Models Advance Medical Image Classifications was accepted to ICCV 2021!
August 2020 - I started my PhD in Computer Science at Georgia Tech
May 2020 - I am interning at Google this summer on the Dermatology team
May 2020 - I graduated from Indiana University with my B.S. in Computer Science and B.M. in Clarinet Performance