I am currently looking for graduate and undergraduate students of high caliber for assistantships. Please contact me via email for details about available positions.
My research lies at the intersection of computer graphics and computer vision. I perform research on using dense multi-camera systems to obtain 3D understanding of spatiotemporal changes to the shapes and appearances of objects due to environmental impact and human interactions, and on providing photorealistic manipulations in mixed reality environments based on this understanding.
I co-direct the Terascale All-sensing Research Studio (TARS) at Clarkson University with Dr. Sean Banerjee. Graduate and undergraduate students at our studio perform research in areas such as computer graphics, computer vision, software engineering, natural language processing, robotics, and human-computer interaction, and provide exciting new approaches to problems in human-behavior understanding, software repositories, multi-camera systems, 3D printing, and mixed reality. Visit the studio website to know more about current projects.
[NSF CRI] Omniview Multi-modal Sensor Laboratory for Understanding Human Interactions in Ubiquitous Environments, $746,916 (2017). In collaboration with Dr. Sean Banerjee.
[NSF CITeR] Single-shot contact-less fingerprints (2017). In collaboration with Dr. Stephanie Schuckers and Dr. Sean Banerjee.
[ISE Seed Grant] Global Mapping of Airborne Particulate Matter from Analysis of Photographs, $25,000 (2016). In colloboration with Dr. Suresh Dhaniyala and Dr. Jan Scrimgeour.
[NSF CITeR] Longitudinal Collection of Child Face Photographs, $40,000 (2015). In colloboration with Dr. Stephanie Schuckers.
[GQLLBB2018_1] L. Guo, H. Quant, N. Lamb, B. Lowit, S. Banerjee, and N. K. Banerjee (2018). Spatiotemporal 3D Models of Aging Fruit from Multi-View Time-Lapse Videos. The 24th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, Bangkok, Thailand.
[GQLLBB2018_2] L. Guo, H. Quant, N. Lamb, B. Lowit, N. K. Banerjee, and S. Banerjee (2018). Multi-Camera Microenvironment to Capture Multi-view Time-lapse Videos for 3D Analysis of Aging Objects. The 24th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, Bangkok, Thailand.
[QBB2018] H. Quant, S. Banerjee, and N. K. Banerjee (2018). A Virtual Reality Interface for Interactions with Spatiotemporal 3D Data. The 24th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, Bangkok, Thailand.
[LBB2018] N. Lamb, N. K. Banerjee, and S. Banerjee (2018). Programmatic 3D Printing of a Revolving Camera Track to Automatically Capture Dense Images for 3D Scanning of Objects. The 24th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, Bangkok, Thailand.
[BSB2017] N. K. Banerjee, M. Simms, and S. Banerjee (2017). Image-based Keyword Search and Activity Retrieval for Social Medial Forensics. 12th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (co-located with 20th Annual New York State Cyber Security Conference), Albany, New York.
[DBB2016] T. Dunn, N. K. Banerjee, and S. Banerjee (2016). GPU Acceleration of Document Similarity Measures for Automated Bug Triaging. 1st International Workshop on Software Faults (co-located with 27th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering, ISSRE), Ottawa, Canada.
[CYB2016] Z. Cao, Y. Sheikh, and N. K. Banerjee (2016). Real-time scalable 6DOF pose estimation for textureless objects. IEEE Conference on Robotics and Automation, Stockholm, Sweden.
[GHBB2016] Y. Gao, D. Hou, N. K. Banerjee, and S. Banerjee (2016). Water Fixture Identification in Smart Housing: A Domain Knowledge Based Case Study. 15th Int'l Conference on Machine Learning and Applications, Anaheim, California.
[KSES2014] N. Kholgade (now N. K. Banerjee), T. Simon, A. Efros, and Y. Sheikh (2014). 3D Object Manipulation in a Single Photograph using Stock 3D Models. ACM Transations on Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2014).
[KMS2011] N. Kholgade (now N. K. Banerjee), I. Matthews, and Y. Sheikh (2011). Content Retargeting Using Parameter-Parallel Facial Layers ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), Vancouver, BC.
[KS2009] N. Kholgade (now N. K. Banerjee), and A. Savakis (2009). Human activity recognition using the 4D spatiotemporal shape context descriptor. International Symposium on Visual Computing, 2, pp. 357-366.
[KS2008] N. Kholgade (now N. K. Banerjee), and A. Savakis (2008). Human activity recognition in video using two methods for matching shape contexts of silhouettes. SPIE Defense and Security Symposium.
[Fall 2017]CS242 Advanced Programming Concepts in Java
[Fall 2017]CS652 / EE652 Computer Vision
[Summer 2017]Horizons II One Week Course on Programming
[Spring 2017]CS452 / EE465 / CS552 / EE505 Computer Graphics
[Spring 2017]CS459 / CS559 Human-Computer Interaction
[Fall 2016]CS242 Advanced Programming Concepts in Java
[Fall 2016]CS652 / EE652 Computer Vision
[Summer 2016]Horizons II One Week Course on Programming
[Summer 2016]Horizons III One Week Course on Graphics and HCI
[Spring 2016]CS452 / EE465 / CS552 / EE505 Computer Graphics
[Spring 2016]CS459 / CS559 Human-Computer Interaction
[Fall 2015]CS652 / EE652 Computer Vision
[PhD]Yijun Jiang, Computer Science
[PhD]Gennady Staskevich, Computer Science
[PhD]Edward Verenich, Computer Science
[PhD]Corey Pentasuglia, Computer Science
[MS]Hunter Quant, Computer Science
[BS]Nikolas Lamb, Computer Science
[BS]David Russell, Computer Science, Honors
[BS]Phillip Tibberts, Computer Science, Honors
[BS]Benjamin Moeller, Computer Science
[BS]Benjamin Lowit, Computer Engineering
[BS]Scott Straw, Computer Engineering
[BS]Hannah DeFazio, Computer Science / Computer Engineering, Honors
[BS]Megan Porga, Computer Science / Digital Arts, Honors
[BS]Alexander Kupin, Computer Science
[BS]Jenna Ryan, Computer Science / Mathematics, Honors
[I co-advise several students with Dr. Sean Banerjee.]
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Clarkson University sets Science Cafés for spring in Potsdam and Canton.
A 3D Twist for Flat Photos.
INSIDE SCIENCE TV
Amazing 3D Photo Editor Reveals Hidden Parts Of Images.
3-D Manipulation: An Augmented Reality Photo Editor.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
3-D Tool Guesses What a Photo Is Missing.
Natasha Banerjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. She received her Ph.D. in 2015 from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, and her B.S. and M.S. degrees in 2009 from the Department of Computer Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. Her research lies at the intersection of computer graphics and computer vision, and focuses on understanding spatiotemporal characteristics of objects in three dimensions using large databases of images, videos, and 3D models. She is co-founder and co-director of the Terascale All-Sensing Research Studio (TARS) at Clarkson. Her work received Popular Science magazine's Best of What's New Award in 2014, was a Finalist for the World Technology Award in 2015, and has been covered extensively by several media outlets such as the New York Times, Inside Science TV, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Clarkson News, and North Country Now. During her off time, Natasha enjoys doing origami, sewing, knitting, woodworking, and working with her spouse and research partner, Dr. Sean Banerjee.
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