Information Science & Technology
The University of Tokyo
Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition
& Computer Vision
ECE, Virginia Tech
BEAM, Virginia Tech
firstname at ay-lab dot org
I am a MEXT scholar and graduate student of EECS/Information & Computer Science, at The University of Tokyo. I have been associated with Microsoft Research in their ML group. I completed my MS in Electrical & Computer Engineering (Class of 2013) at Virginia Tech and got a MS 'along-the-way' for Biomedical Imaging (Class of 2015).
My focus is in Machine learning & Computer vision. I am working on a variety of application topics, involving unsupervised learning and ML for healthcare. Previously, I have worked in the area of Biomedical imaging at Virginia Tech. I was a graduate student with Dr. Ge Wang (2010-2012) and a doctoral candidate with Dr. Robert Kraft (2013-2015). My previous research interests were in optimization techniques for XF/XL Computed tomography (here) and ultrafast 3D echo-planar imaging (3D EPI) for MRI ASL (here).
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