I am an associate professor in
the Computer Science
Department at Cornell
Tech, working in
the Cornell Graphics
and Vision Group. I also work at Google Research in
NYC. My research interests are in computer graphics and
vision, in particular in recovering 3D structure from large
community photo collections for use in graphics and
visualization. I am the recipient of a PECASE, a Microsoft
New Faculty Fellowship, an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and
the SIGGRAPH Significant New Researcher Award.
For a quick overview of my interests, see my TR35 talk. View my CV.
Code and Data
Code: My software can be found on my GitHub page, including the bundler structure from motion toolkit and code for image matching using vocabulary trees. Or visit the bundler homepage for more information.
Datasets: Structure-from-Motion and Location Recognition datasets are now centralized on the BigSFM page.
See my Google Scholar page.