Our paper “Predicting Ground-Level Scene Layout from Aerial Imagery” was accepted to CVPR 2017
About MeI am a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at the University of Kentucky. I work in the Center for Visualization & Virtual Environments. My research interests are in computer vision and machine learning, specifically towards large-scale contextual inference using geotagged imagery. I am advised by Dr. Nathan Jacobs. I received my master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science at Western Kentucky University.
Our paper “Who Goes There? Approaches to Mapping Facial Appearance Diversity” was accepted to ACM SIGSPATIAL 2016
Our paper “Quantifying Curb Appeal” was accepted to ICIP 2016
Our paper “Sky Segmentation in the Wild: An Empirical Study” was accepted to WACV 2016