I'm an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at York University. Originally from the United States, I moved to Canada in 2001 to study at the University of Toronto where I received my PhD in 2011. I also did postdocs at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, Toronto Rehabilitation Hospital and the University of Toronto. My research interests span computer vision, machine learning and statistics.
I am interested in building rich, detailed models of the world which capture fundamental relationships between the world and our observations of it. Such models ultimately enable us to measure and predict sometimes surprising details.
Most recently I have been focusing on the problem of estimating the 3D structure of biological molecules such as proteins and viruses with Cryo-EM. However, I have also worked on vehicle localization for robotics, physically realistic models of human motion, probabilistic programming languages, Bayesian methods, MCMC and forensic ballistics.
I am currently looking for students at all levels as well as visiting students and postdocs. If interested, please feel free to contact me at the email address below.