I am a first year PhD student in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley advised by Ben Recht, supported by the NSF Graduated Research Fellowship. My research interests lie at the intersection between optimization and statistics, and I work specifically on topics in optimal control and machine learning.
I received a B.S. in Physics and Computer Science (2017), and an M.Eng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (2018) at MIT, where I was fortunate to work with Bill Freeman in computational photography.
Turning Corners into Cameras: Principles and Methods.
ICCV 2017, Spotlight Presentation.
KL Bouman, V Ye, A Yedidia, A Torralba, GW Wornell, WT Freeman.
Inferring Light Fields from Shadows.
M Baradad, V Ye, A Yedidia, GW Wornell, WT Freeman, A Torralba.
Robust Guarantees for Perception-based Control.
S Dean, N Matni, B Recht, V Ye. (α - β ordering).