Name Wonhui Kim
Email wonhui at umich dot edu
Office EECS 3007

I am a PhD candidate in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I am currently working as a research assistant at UM & Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles (FCAV) under the guidance of Prof. Matthew Johnson-Roberson. My interest lies in understanding real-world scenes using techniques from computer vision, machine learning, and robotics. My recent research has focused on understanding pedestrians in the driving scene.

Prior to the current project I have worked on understanding intrinsic properties of real-world scenes through the processing of RGB-D data, and developing the real-time VR/AR applications. I also put efforts on building a large-scale 3D object dataset to help the community solve 3D object detection and pose estimation problems.

Before pursuing a PhD, I received my Master's degree in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering at KAIST.