Juan Carlos Niebles received an Engineering degree in Electronics from Universidad del Norte (Colombia) in 2002, an M.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2007, and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 2011. He is a Senior Research Scientist at the Stanford AI Lab and Associate Director of Research at the Stanford-Toyota Center for AI Research since 2015. He is also an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Universidad del Norte (Colombia) since 2011. His research interests are in computer vision and machine learning, with a focus on visual recognition and understanding of human actions and activities, objects, scenes, and events. He is a recipient of a Google Faculty Research award (2015), the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship (2012), a Google Research award (2011) and a Fulbright Fellowship (2005).
My research work is in computer vision. The goal of my research is to enable computers and robots to perceive the visual world by developing novel computer vision algorithms for automatic analysis of images and videos.
I have also worked on other topics related to embedded systems and robotics.
Ariel Nuñez (M.Sc. E.E. - U. del Norte)
Jorge Martínez (2016, M.Sc. E.E.)
David Altamar (2016, M.Sc. E.E.)
Victor Escorcia (2014, M.Sc. E.E)
Fabian Caba (2014, M.Sc. E.E.)
Maria Alejandra Davila (2014, M.Sc. E.E.)
I am organizing the ActivityNet Large Scale Activity Recognition Challenge, a workshop to be held in conjunction with CVPR 2016.
The President of Colombia invited me to the celebration of the UN International Youth Day. August 2013.
I would like to connect with other Latin Americans in Computer Vision.
I was an organizer for BAVM2009: Bay Area Vision Meeting on Image and Video Understanding; Stanford, CA. August 14th, 2009. [Read More]
I was part of the UIUC-Princeton Team that won the First Place (software league) in the 1st Semantic Robot Vision Challenge at AAAI-07. You can visit our Team Page; we were featured in The Wire, the ECE Illinois Weekly Newsletter; and also in the Princeton CS Department news.