Angjoo Kanazawa

Angjoo Kanazawa 

I am a BAIR postdoc at UC Berkeley adviced by Jitendra Malik, Alyosha Efros and Trevor Darrell. I did my PhD in CS at the University of Maryland, College Park with my advisor David Jacobs.
Prior to UMD, I spent four wonderful years at NYU where I had the chance to work with Rob Fergus and completed my BA in Mathematics and Computer Science.

Since then I've had the pleasure to work with:

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Contact

Email: kanazawa at eecs.berkeley.edu
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Research Interest

My work focuses on 3D reconstruction of animals including humans from single-view images. I work with animals because I am interested in how to represent non-rigid 3D shapes that deform and articulate. In particular I'm interested in how we can build a model of non-rigid 3D shapes from 2D images or videos. Also, animal pictures are a lot of fun to work with.

I believe the key to solving this problem is having a strong prior on object pose and shape, which can resolve many of the ambiguities. I am also interested in exploring how deep learning methods can be used for building such models.

Papers

Thesis

Single-View 3D Reconstruction of Animals
Angjoo Kanazawa
Doctoral Thesis, University of Maryland, August 2017
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Teaching