Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles
Boelter Hall, #3811
405 Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90095
email: karasev00 at gmail dot com
I graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering under supervision of Prof. Stefano Soatto in Fall 2015. My interests are in ''value of information'' problems, optimization, and their applications in computer vision. During my studies I had the opportunity to visit Honda Research Institute and Samsung Display labs.
Prior to that (in reverse chronological order) I worked with Prof. Jin Hyung Lee (UCLA EE), Prof. Avideh Zakhor (UCB EECS), and Prof. Martin Banks (UCB Vision Science).
Intent-Aware Long-Term Prediction of Pedestrian Motion
In ICRA 2016.
Forecasting what pedestrians intend to do is easier if they behave rationally. We show how this assumption simplifies motion prediction in the assisted/autonomous driving setting.
Active Frame, Location, and Detector Selection for Automated and Manual Video Annotation
In CVPR 2014.
How to choose where and which detectors to run (or m-turks to query), if we can run only a few of them? We answer this question using the ''information gathering'' framework, and show results on semantic video segmentation.
Controlled Recognition Bounds for Visual Learning and Exploration
In NIPS 2012.
We show how to (greedily) search for an unknown object, under occlusions, quantization-scale, and uncertain measurements.
Compressed sensing enabled ultra-high resolution optogenetic functional magnetic resonance imaging (ofMRI)
In Society for Neuroscience Meeting, 2011.
Compressed sensing in dynamic MRI is normally used to improve temporal resolution. Here we used it to improve spatial resolution. Reconstruction used the simplest possible TV regularization. This work was also a part of my MS project.
Temporal presentation protocols in stereoscopic displays: Flicker visibility, perceived motion, and perceived depth
In Journal of the Society for Information Display, 2011.
We studied how different 3D display presentation methods affect flicker, motion artifacts, and errors in perceived depth.