I am a PhD student in Visual Computing Lab. at KAIST. My current advisor is professor Min H. Kim. Before joining VCLAB, I obtained my master degree under the advisory of professor Yu-Wing Tai, also in School of Computing, KAIST . Since February 2018, I have been doing internship in LPR (Learning and Perception Research) group of NVIDIA Research in Santa Clara.
My research interests are overall image processing, computer vision and machine learning, and computer graphics. In particular, I am interested in low-level computer vision problems including image super-resolution, image matting, HDR imaging, hyperspectral imaging, multi-view stereo and other image reconstruction methods. I am also attracted by representation learning, generative models, and deep neural networks.
We are developing processing algorithms for integrated smart sensors. (2017-present)
We developed an HDR image/video reconstruction algorithm for a new type of CIS. (2014-2015)
The goal of this project was to develop a real-time video matting algorithm for RGB-D video stream. (2011-2012)