Kamyar Salahi

I am currently a researcher at Berkeley AI Research where I work on computer vision and machine learning. In Spring/Summer 2021, I was a Platform Developer on Dolby Vision, which was awarded a Technology & Engineering Emmy during my tenure. Previously, I studied active learning, domain adaptation, and representation learning with Trevor Darrell. I've also engaged in precision health research at UCLA and satellite research at MIT.

I am double majoring in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Business Administration under the M.E.T. Program with an Honors Concentration in Business Economics. I've received the Regents' and Chancellor's Scholarship, AFCCE Scholarship, and a Commendation from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for my non-profit work in STEM education and software development.

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Research

I'm broadly interested in visual computing, machine learning, and computational biology. Much of my research has concerned the interplay of biology and EECS. I have published in journals such as Science Advances and Advanced Functional Materials and attended conferences including SIGGRAPH and CVPR.

Teaching
EECS

CS 194-26: Computer Vision and Computational Photography

CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory

EECS 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II


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