Dr. Sanjeev Koppal
Sanjeev J. Koppal is an assistant professor at the University of Florida ECE department. Prior to joining UF, he was a researcher at the Texas Instruments Imaging R&D lab. Sanjeev obtained his Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. After CMU, he was a postdoctoral research associate in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Southern California in 2003. His interests span computer vision, computational photography and optics, novel cameras and sensors, 3D reconstruction, physics-based vision and active illumination.
Sanjeev J. Koppal
Fifth year PhD student at the University of Florida, and Research assistant at the FOCUS Lab. Research areas of interest include Sensor Fusion, Signal Processing, Computational Photography, Image Processing, Computer Vision. I have worked with sensor fusion for nuclear material localization and tracking, light transport capture, non-line-of-sight visualization and tracking.
Xiaomeng Liu is currently working as a research assistant in the FOCUS Lab at UF. Before working with the FOCUS Lab, she obtained an M.S. Degree in Computer Engineering from the ECE department at the University of Florida. Her research interests span thermal sensors, optics, image processing, and computational photography.
Justin Folden is a first year Ph.D student at the University of Florida, and a research assistant at the FOCUS Lab. Before joining the Gator Nation, Justin obtained a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Florida Polytechnic University. His interests include material science, image processing, electro-magnetics, and computational photography.
Brevin is interested in computational photography, computer vision, machine/deep learning, and robotics. His research involves developing computer vision algorithms and hardware for adaptive vision sensors.
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