Deep Structures of Collaboration
Studying the Physiological and Behavioral Correlates of Team Performance (Collective Intelligence) and Cohesion (Satisfaction)
Ongoing Masters thesis research at Carnegie Mellon University.
Committee: Prof. Laura Dabbish (advisor), Prof. LP Morency
Collaborators: Prof. Anita Woolley, Dr. Maria Tomprou, Dr. Young Ji Kim
View forthcoming CSCW 2017 Paper. (34% acceptance rate)
Keywords: Human-Computer Interaction, CSCW, Machine Learning, Experimental Design and Statistics
Predicting Negotiation Outcomes from Behavioral Data
Course project for 10-701 Introduction to Machine Learning at Carnegie Mellon University, taught by Prof. Tom Mitchell.
Part of Masters thesis research at Carnegie Mellon University.
Advisor: Prof. Laura Dabbish
Keywords: Human-Computer Interaction, CSCW, Multimodal Machine Learning, Multiple Kernel Learning for Multimodal Fusion
Person Reidentification Using Appearance
Project during internship at the Computer Vision Lab at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Advisors:Dr. Horesh Ben Shitrit, Prof. Pascal Fua
Hand Tracking for Hand Performance Capture
Project during internship at the Computer Graphics Lab at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
Advisors:Dr. Andrea Tagliasacchi, Prof. Mark Pauly
Keywords:Computer Vision, Computer Graphics