Hello, I'm Evonne! I am a Ph.D. student in UC Berkeley's EECS program, where I am advised by Prof. Trevor Darrell, and a Visiting Resarcher at Facebook AI Research. My current interests revolve around using computer vision techniques to investigate how humans interact in social settings. I am excited about applying this insight towards enabling machines to engage in social interactions.
Prior, I was fortunate to have Prof. Kristen Grauman as my research advisor, during which we worked on ego-centric video analysis for ego-pose prediction. I recieved a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin.
I recently had a fun feature in Women in Computer Vision for the CVPR Daily.
Body2Hands: Learning to Infer 3D Hands from Conversational Gesture Body DynamicsE. Ng, S. Ginosar, T. Darrell, H. Joo. 2020
Outside of work, I've recently started a passion project of recyclable arts! See the latest update of my projects here:
I also dabble in a variety of things. Recently, I've been spending my free time baking, playing the guitar, and swimming. Something special I do every year is a painting of a picture I've taken during my travels for the year. I am especially drawn towards cityscapes, but I've recently gotten more into nature paintings.