Before starting my Ph.D., I received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from RPI in 2007. I stayed on to obtain a M.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2008, focusing on physical layer wireless communications.
I am very interested 3D data processing. Recent advances in sensors and computational power have opened a door to an entirely new way for computers to view and interpret the world. Techniques in these areas are very immature, and more importantly, very hard for a newcomer to start using and improving. My passion is alleviating this problem, helping to distill complex ideas into easy-to-understand tutorials, as well as make implementations readily available and easily accessible. Here you can view my resume and curriculum vitae.