Teaching

I have redesigned the undergraduate computer vision curriculum at UCSD to modernize the CSE 152 course (trialled with two 190s) and developed a new CSE 152B. I have also developed a new graduate CSE 252C (trialled with 291s) that teaches advanced topics relevant to current industry and research. Consistent with modern practice, both the redesigned offerings rely on deep learning. I have also developed a new course on domain adaptation.

Undergraduate: Modern Computer Vision

  • CSE 152B (Spring 2020)
  • CSE 152 (Winter 2019)
  • CSE 190 (Spring 2018)
  • CSE 190 (Spring 2017)
  • Graduate: Advanced Computer Vision

  • CSE 252C (Spring 2020)
  • CSE 252C (Spring 2019)
  • Graduate: Special Topics

  • CSE 291 (Winter 2020): Domain Adaptation
  • CSE 291 (Winter 2019): Advances in 3D Reconstruction
  • CSE 291 (Winter 2018): Advances in Computer Vision
  • CSE 291 (Winter 2017): Advances in 3D Vision
  • Seminar: Pixel Cafe

  • CSE 290 (Winter 2020)
  • CSE 290 (Winter 2019)
  • CSE 290 (Winter 2018)
  • CSE 290 (Winter 2017)