I'm a computer vision engineer currently developing perception algorithms for autonomous vehicles. I have a particular interest in image-based object detection, passive sensing, and the remarkable capacity and efficacy at which humans perceive the natural world.
I previously studied at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia, under the supervision of Dr Simon Lucey. My research focussed on unsupervised image alignment and object registration. I have worked on a number of open source projects, notably the OpenCV library.
I take an avid interest in programming languages and language design, and along with being fluent in C++ and Python, my style is heavily influenced by functional programming and Common Lisp. My mathematical background is in linear algebra and optimization theory.
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