Zickler Lab

Principal Investigator

School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard University
33 Oxford Street
Cambridge, MA  02138
In computer vision, we seek to build systems that can visually understand and interact with their environment. Motivated by this goal, I think about roughly three different things: developing methods to acquire meaningful information from visual data; finding efficient representations for this information; and applying these representations to a variety of visual tasks.

Current focus areas include shape and appearance capture, color image processing, human perception of colors and glossy shapes, reflectance and illumination modeling, physics-based approaches to scene understanding, face recognition, and socially-aware vision systems.

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