I'm a fourth-year PhD student in the Imager lab at the University of British Columbia. I work in Wolfgang Heidrich's Physical Simulation and Measurement group. Before joining Wolfgang's lab I was a student in the group of Andreas Kolb. I am closely working with our startup Algolux to commercially realize some of our ideas on optimization for imaging in mobile devices. Currently, I am travelling between the UBC, KAUST, where Wolfgang Heidrich's main lab is located, and Stanford University, where I work with Gordon Wetzstein.
See my Curriculum Vitae for a detailed version of my academic biography.
My research interests are centered around computational photography, optimization and displays. Most of my work lies at the intersection of Computer Vision, Optimization, Machine Learning, Optics and Physics.