Aashish Sharma

I am a Ph.D. student at National Univeristy of Singapore, under the joint supervision of Prof. Robby T. Tan and Prof. Loong-Fah Cheong. My primary research interests include Computer Vision and Machine Learning.

I obtained my B.Eng. at Delhi College of Engineering (University of Delhi) in 2012, and then spent four years at Freescale Semiconductors (now, NXP Semiconductors), India, before coming to Singapore for higher education.

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My current research work aligns with handling low-level vision problems such as stereo and optical flow estimation, under night-time conditions. Related publications are presented below.

Into the Twilight Zone: Depth Estimation using Joint Structure-Stereo Optimization
Aashish Sharma, Loong-Fah Cheong
European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), 2018, Munich, Germany
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Depth estimation under poorly-to-well illuminated night-time conditions using joint structure-stereo optimization.

Thanks, Jon Barron!