Tae-Hyun Oh, Ph.D.

Research interest
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About me

I am an Assistant Professor at Dept. of Elec. Eng. (adjunct with Grad. school of AI and Dept. of Creative IT Eng.), POSTECH, Korea. I am also Research Director at OpenLab, POSCO-RIST, Pohang, Korea.
I was with Facebook AI Research working with prof. Lorenzo Torresani. I was a postdoctoral associate in Computational Fabrication Group (PI: prof. Wojciech Matusik) at MIT CSAIL, Cambridge, MA, US. I completed my M.S. and Ph.D. at Dept. EE, KAIST, Korea (co-advised by profs. In So Kweon and Jinwoo Shin, and former co-advisor Dr. Yu-Wing Tai). I finished my B.E. degree (the first-class honor) from Dept. Computer Engineering at Kwang-Woon University (KWU), Korea.
I was a research intern in Visual Computing Group, Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA), Beijing, China from 2014 to 2015, where I was working with Drs. Yasuyuki Matsushita and David Wipf. I visited Cognitive Group, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, US in 2016 as a research intern, and worked with Drs. Sing Bing KangNeel Joshi and Baoyuan Wang on computational photography.
I am a recipient of Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship, Gold prize of Samsung HumanTech thesis award, Qualcomm Innovation awards, Excellent research achievement award by Hyundai Motor Co., CVPR outstanding reviewer award 2020 and top research achievement awards from KAIST.

Research interests

I am broadly interested in computer vision & machine learning. Mostly, I like human centric research that connects human and machine in general. My research interests include:
Machine perception understanding (Multi-modal learning, video understanding, 3D-perception)
Data efficient learning (Prior based learning and inference, minimal-supervised learning)
Deep neural networks and representation learning
Low-rank & sparse structure and related optimization techniques
but not limited to.