Ph.D. Candidate, iBUG Group, Department of Computing Imperial College London
Studio A, Huxley Building
DoC, Imperial College London
180 Queens Gate
SW7 2AZ, London, UK
[07/08/2012] I gave a talk at the Cambridge Machine Learning Group about Infinite Hidden Conditional Random Fields in July 2012
[29/03/2012] I will be working as an intern at Google in London July-October, 2012
[02/12/2011] I will be attending NIPS 2011 in Granada, Spain December 12-19, 2011
[08/06/2011] I was among the 34 research students worldwide who were awarded the Google Ph.D. Fellowship 2011
[10/01/2011] I will be visiting Dr. Louis-Philippe Morency at the Institute for Creative Technologies, USC in Los Angeles, CA March 15-18, 2011
[15/12/2010] I will be attending the IEEE Conf. on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition 2011 in Santa Barbara, CA March 22-25, 2011
About me:I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, as a member of the i•BUG group, under Prof. Maja Pantic's supervision. I also closely collaborate with Dr. Stefanos Zafeiriou, Dr. Louis-Philippe Morency (USC), and Dr. Marc Mehu (UGeneva).
My research interests include Automatic Human Behavior Analysis (Social Signal Processing), Machine Learning, Evolutionary Computation, Human-Computer Interaction.
I'm a recipient of the Google Europe Fellowship in Social Signal Processing, and my research is supported in part by this Google Fellowship.
You can download my CV here (Sep 17, 2012)