- I'm a PhD student in Computer Science at UMN working with Prof. Volkan Isler in the Robotic Sensor Networks Lab.
- My main research interests lie in the general area of robotics, computer vision and machine learning applications. Particularly, I am interested in multi-agent systems, sequential decision making, 3d geometry in computer vision and generative models.
- Before coming to Minnesota, I did my undergraduate on mechatronics engineering in Istanbul. Between Jan-Aug 2019 I interned at Samsung AI Center, and during the summer of 2021 at Sony.
How to generate novel views of objects using a small dataset as prior?
Our method learns a continous object representation in 3D that allows us rendering images at desired viewpoints with the help of cyclic consistency losses.
How should a manipulator arm move to visually inspect and reconstruct an object?
We present a method that iteratively refines the reconstruction and uses it to plan for the next view for the camera.
Suppose a group of disconnected robots are deployed in a large open area. What strategy should a robot pursue to disseminate a piece of information to the rest of the robots (whose positions are unknown!) as quickly as possible?