Hi, I'm Rahul

Computer Vision & Machine Learning Researcher

A Little Bit About Me

Hey! My name is Rahul Sharma. I am a Ph.D. candidate at Ming Hsieh Institute of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Southern California. I work with Prof. Shrikanth Narayanan and am part of the Signal Analysis and Interpretation Lab.

My research interest lies in multimodal signal processing, more inclined towards the visual signal (Computer Vision), to understand human actions and behavior in multimedia content. Furthermore, I am keenly interested in semi-supervised systems and the notion of weeker-than-full supervision.

Before USC, I obtained my Bachelors' and Masters' degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. For my masters' thesis, I worked on developing a computational framework to quantify a speaker's performance in the context of public speaking. At IITK, I was advised by Dr. Tanya Guha and Dr. Gaurav Sharma.

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Projects i have been actively involved in


Active Speaker Localization


Contour Detection in RTMRI


Video Analysis for Autism prescreening


Eyetracking for Cortical Visual Impairment


Public Speaker Assessment


Crowd Flow Segmentation

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