I am a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Mathematics. My advisor is Professor Gilad Lerman. My research interests include 3D computer vision, robust estimation, dimension reduction and machine learning. In particular, I have been working on structure from motion (SfM) and its associated inverse problems. My current work is on robust group synchronization that has applications in 3D reconstruction, cryo-electron microscopy imaging, multi-graph matching and commnuity detection.
During my spare time, I like biking, traveling, cooking and photographing (the cover photo was taken at Utah Lake and the image style is transferred using deep neural networks).