Tsung-Han Lin

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Tsung-Han Lin, aka Hank Lin, is a graduate student at the MIT Media Labs, Camera Culture Group, advised by Prof. Ramesh Raskar. His research interests include computer vision, machine learning, computer graphics, and robotics.

Currently, he is working on Computer Vision for Non-line-of-sight (NLOS) Imaging, by leveraging time-of-flight (ToF) Lidar multi-bounce returns, images, or fusion of both.
Focusing on physical-realistic deep learning to learn depth and 3D reconstruction for occluded or specular object detection, using mixture of Neural Radiance Field (NeRF), ConvNets, and Transformer with physical modeling. 

Prior to joining MIT, he was a software engineer working on autonomous driving, mostly at Uber Advanced Technologies Group. His expertise was on Perception and Prediction  problems. Hank graduated with BA in Computer Science at UC San Diego, and MS from National Taiwan University.

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