I joined NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Caltech on October 2011. Prior to that, I completed my national duty at ETRI, Korea, working as a research scientist. I received my Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin on August 2008. I worked as a member of Prof. J. K. Aggarwal's research group, Computer and Vision Research Center. I obtained the B. S. degree from the Division of Computer Science at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) on August 2004.
My paper on first-person human activity recognition will appear at CVPR 2013:
First-Person Activity Recognition: What Are They Doing to Me? [video]
I provided a tutorial on "Activity Recognition for Visual Surveillance" at AVSS 2012 on September 18th, together with Drs. Anthony Hoogs, Arslan Basharat, and Sangmin Oh. More details can be found at the tutorial website.
I joined Robotics Section of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
I received the best demonstration award sponsored by IEEE RO-MAN from the Korea Robotics Society Annual Conference 2011 (KRoC 2011). This is based on my paper on Personal Driving Diary presented at WACV 2011. [video]
My paper on human activity prediction is accepted to ICCV 2011:
Human Activity Prediction: Early Recognition of Ongoing Activities from Streaming Videos [video]
I gave a tutorial named "Frontiers of Human Activity Analysis" at CVPR 2011 on June 20th Monday afternoon, jointly with Prof. J. K. Aggarwal and Dr. Kris Kitani. More details can be found at the tutorial website.
The survey paper on human activity recognition that I have jointly written with Prof. J. K. Aggarwal is finally published by ACM Computing Surveys:
Human Activity Analysis: A Review
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