I am a Ph.D. candidate and NSF graduate research fellow at Oregon State University with research interests in computer vision, machine learning and deep learning.

 

Michael Lam
lamm@ Oregon State University

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Me

I am a Ph.D. candidate at Oregon State University and an NSF graduate research fellow studying computer vision, machine learning and deep learning. I am co-advised by professors Sinisa Todorovic and Tom Dietterich. I received my double bachelor’s degree in computer engineering and applied and computational mathematical sciences from the University of Washington in 2011, and my master’s degree in computer science from Oregon State University in 2014. I have interned at Amazon/A9.com for the past three summers, each time innovating with deep learning research.

Research Interests

My broad research interests include computer vision, deep learning, machine learning and artificial intelligence. My current research interests focus on deep learning for computer vision, with fundamental research on generative adversarial networks and with applications to fine-grained recognition. I have also previously worked on structured prediction, semantic segmentation and object detection.

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