AREAS OF INTEREST
BRIEF BIO (Complete CV)
His general research interests are in Computer Vision and Nonlinear Estimation and Control Theory. In particular, he is interested in ways for computers to use sensory information (e.g. vision, sound, touch) to interact with humans and the environment.
Dr. Soatto is the
recipient of the David Marr Prize (with Y. Ma, J. Kosecka and S. Sastry
of U.C. Berkeley) for work on Euclidean reconstruction and reprojection
up to subgroups. He also received the Siemens Prize with the
Paper Award from the IEEE Computer Society for his work on optimal
from motion (with R. Brockett of Harvard). He received the National
Foundation Career Award and the Okawa Foundation Grant. He is Associate
Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine
Intelligence (PAMI) and a Member of the Editorial Board of the
International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV) and Foundations and
Trends in Computer Graphics and Vision.
Regents of the University of California
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