Joel Julin

I am a Master's in Robotics (MSR) student at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). I am currently advised by László Jeni where I work on 3D vision problems. The goal of my research is to allow virtual scenes to be indistinguishable from reality. Prior to CMU, I graduated from The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) with a degree in computer science.

While at Pitt, I conducted research with the Ci2Cv computer vision lab at CMU's RI under Simon Lucey (now director of the Australian Institute of Machine Learning at The University of Adelaide). Also at Pitt, I had the opportunity to work with Dr. Jeni's computational behavior lab at CMU through the Robotics Institute Summer Scholar Program supported by an NSF Grant. / Google Scholar / LinkedIn

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George Cazenavette, Joel Julin, and Simon Lucey.
Joel Julin, Heng Yu, László Jeni,
2022 RISS Working Paper Journal
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Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
M.S. in Robotics • Aug. 2023 - Present
The University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
B.S. in Computer Science • Aug. 2020 - Dec. 2022

Selected Coursework

University of Pittsburgh, School of Computing and Information
445/1501 - Algorithms and Data Structures I/ II
• Instructors: John Ramirez, Sherif Khattab
1674 - Intro to Computer Vision
• Instructor: Adriana Kovashka
441 - Discrete Structures
• Instructor: William Garrison
447 - Computer Organization and Assembly Language
• Instructor: Luis Oliveira
Research Experience
Computational Behavior Lab, Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute
Research Intern • May 2022 to Present
Advisor: László Jeni
Computer Vision Lab, Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute
Research Intern • May 2021 to June 2022
Advisor: Simon Lucey
Selected Projects
Immersive NeRF, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A Clinical-level AI System for Diagnosis and Treatment Evaluation of Rectal Cancer, The 8th China International College Students' 'Internet+' Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition, Gold Medal
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Website source from George Cazenavette and Jon Barron