Kamyar Salahi
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Currently, I'm working on diffusion model customization with Gordon Wetzstein. In Summer 2023, I worked on language models at Ramp. Previously, I built efficient 3D vision algorithms with Angjoo Kanazawa and Matt Tancik. In Summer 2022, I designed low-latency vision models with the Creative Vision research team at Snap. In Spring/Summer 2021, I built parts of Dolby Vision. Before this, I worked in active learning and domain adaptation with Trevor Darrell, precision health at UCLA, and satellite telecomms at MIT.

I am currently a fully-funded research-track MSCS student at Stanford. I studied EECS and Business at UC Berkeley under the M.E.T. and EECS Honors Programs. I'm a Neo Scholar and a Regents' and Chancellor's Scholar.

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Research

I am currently interested in building efficient learning algorithms and representations to interact with and understand the micro and macro scale of our 3D and dynamic world.

Nerfstudio: A Framework for Neural Radiance Field Development
Matthew Tancik*, Ethan Weber*, Evonne Ng*, Ruilong Li, Brent Yi, Justin Kerr, Terrance Wang, Alexander Kristoffersen, Jake Austin, Kamyar Salahi, Abhik Ahuja, David McAllister, Angjoo Kanazawa
SIGGRAPH, 2023
Paper  /  Code

Nerfstudio is a modular library enabling end-to-end creation, training, and testing of neural radiance fields.

Rethinking Vision Transformers for MobileNet Size and Speed
Yanyu Li, Ju Hu, Yang Wen, Georgios Evangelidis, Kamyar Salahi, Yanzhi Wang, Sergey Tulyakov, Jian Ren
ICCV, 2023
Paper  /  Code

We build a light-weight vision transformer model for mobile architectures with MobileNet-level latency and size.

Minimax Active Learning
Sayna Ebrahimi, William Gan, Dian Chen, Giscard Biamby, Kamyar Salahi, Michael Laielli, Shizhan Zhu, Trevor Darrell
arXiv Preprint
Paper

We apply a self-supervised minimax entropy approach to data point sampling and model training in active learning.

A wearable freestanding electrochemical sensing system
Yichao Zhao, Bo Wang, Hannaneh Hojaiji, Zhaoqing Wang, Shuyu Lin, Christopher Yeung, Haisong Lin, Peterson Nguyen, Kaili Chiu, Kamyar Salahi, Xuanbing Cheng, Jiawei Tan, Betto Alcitlali Cerrillos, Sam Emaminejad
Science Advances, 2020
Paper

We introduce a strain-isolated biomarker sensing platform through a generalizable and disposable freestanding electrochemical sensing system.

A mediator-free electroenzymatic sensing methodology to mitigate ionic and electroactive interferents' effects for reliable wearable metabolite and nutrient monitoring
Xuanbing Cheng, Bo Wang, Yichao Zhao, Hannaneh Hojaiji, Shuyu Lin, Ryan Shih, Haisong Lin, Stephanie Tamayosa, Brittany Ham, Phoenix Stout, Kamyar Salahi, Zhaoqing Wang, Chuanzhen Zhao, Jiawei Tan, Sam Emaminejad
Advanced Functional Materials, 2020
Paper

We devise a mediator-free sensing interface using platinum nanoparticles with a multiwall carbon nanotube layer to overcome challenges with conventional Prussian Blue enzymatic sensors.

Wearable Chemical Sensors
Bo Wang, Andrew Wilhelm, Aaron Wilhelm, Sanaz Pilehvar, Sina Moshfeghi, Phoenix Stout, Kamyar Salahi, Sam Emaminejad
Wearable Bioelectronics, 2020
Paper

We provide a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art wearable chemical sensors, including their design, fabrication, and applications.

A Rapid and Low-cost Fabrication and Integration Scheme to Render 3D Microfluidic Architectures for Wearable Biofluid Sampling, Manipulation, and Sensing
Haisong Lin, Yichao Zhao, Shuyu Lin, Bo Wang, Christopher Yeung, Xuanbing Cheng, Zhaoqing Wang, Tianyou Cai, Wenzhuo Yu, Kimber King, Jiawei Tan, Kamyar Salahi, Hannaneh Hojaiji, Sam Emaminejad
Lab on a Chip, 2019
Paper

We develop a CAD-to-microfluidic fabrication workflow to rapidly fabricate and integrate complex 3D microfluidic architectures for wearable biofluid sampling, manipulation, and sensing.

Teaching
CS

CS 161: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Winter 2024

CS 236: Deep Generative Models
Fall 2023

EECS

CS 189: Introduction to Machine Learning
Spring 2023

CS 194-26: Intro to Computer Vision and Computational Photography
Fall 2022, Fall 2021

EECS 126: Probability and Random Processes
Spring 2022

CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory
Summer 2021

EECS 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II
Spring 2021

Miscellaneous

Accelerating SGD: A theoretical overview of variance reduction and momentum for stochastic gradient methods.

On-Policy Maximum Entropy Deep RL: Applying max entropy objective from Soft-AC to on-policy deep RL methods.

Quaternions for 3D Rotations: A brief overview of quaternions and their application for representing 3D rotations.


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