Welcome

I am a PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania in Computer and Information Science, working in the GRASP Lab, and I am advised by Kostas Daniilidis.

My undergrad was completed at Duke University, where I was fortunate to be a part of the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program, and work with Michael Zavlanos on mobile stereo vision systems.

Before undergrad, I grew up in Auckland, New Zealand.

My research is in computer vision and robotics, with focuses in event-based cameras, 3D perception and self-supervised learning methods.

Contact me at alexzhu (at) seas.upenn.edu.

Check out my YouTube page for the latest videos of our work on event-based cameras!

News

  • Our work “Realtime Time Synchronized Event-based Stereo” was accepted to ECCV 2018.
  • Our work “EV-FlowNet: Self-Supervised Optical Flow Estimation for Event-based Cameras” was nominated for best student paper at RSS 2018!
  • I will be an invited member at the Telluride 2018 Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop.
  • Our work “EV-FlowNet: Self-Supervised Optical Flow Estimation for Event-based Cameras” was accepted to RSS 2018.
  • The code for the feature tracking method in our works “Event-based Feature Tracking with Probabilistic Data Association” and “Event-based Visual Inertial Odometry” are now available.
    https://github.com/daniilidis-group/event_feature_tracking
  • I will be presenting our work in RAL on the Multi Vehicle Stereo Event Camera dataset at ICRA 2018! We will also have two other works presented later this year.
  • I will be presenting our work on Event-based Visual inertial Odometry at CVPR 2017.
  • I will be presenting our work on Event-based Feature Tracking with Probabilistic Data Associations at ICRA 2017.