Suryansh Kumar

I am an Assistant Professor and a Researcher primarily focused in the field of 3D computer vision, Visual AI and Automation. Presently, I work in the Visual Computing and Computational Media Section at Texas A & M University, College Station Texas. As a researcher, I am fascinated by how mathematical construction can precisely represent the perceptual concepts of images, such as 3D scene geometry, motions, lights, material, and color. I aim to use these mathematical concepts to enable machines for a broader adoption using visual data.

Recent News

    One research paper accepted for publication at ICML 2024.

    Data Science Course Development Awardee TAMU 2024.

    One research paper accepted for publication at ICRA 2024.

    One research article accepted for publication at IJCV 2024.

    One research paper accepted for publication at IROS 2023.

    One research paper accepted for publication at RSS 2023.

    Three research papers accepted for publication at CVPR 2023.

Selected Recent Publications

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    Stereo Risk: A Continuous Modeling Approach to Stereo Matching

    International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), 2024, Vienna, Austria. Oral Presentation ]

    Ce Liu*, Suryansh Kumar*, Shuhang Gu, Radu Timofte, Yao Yao, Luc Van Gool, (* Equal Contribution)

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    Enhanced Stable View-Synthesis

    IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2023, Vancouver, Canada.

    Nishant Jain*, Suryansh Kumar*, Luc Van Gool, (* Equal Contribution)

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    Quantum Annealing for Single Image Super-Resolution

    8th New Trends in Image Restoration and Enhancement Workshop and Challenges (NTIRE)
    IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2023, Vancouver, Canada.
    Oral Presentation ]

    Han Yao Choong, Suryansh Kumar*, Luc Van Gool

Recent Awards and Achievements

Current Students (Masters and Doctorate)

  1. Name
    Yanwen Chen M.S (Texas A & M University)
    Role
    Topic: Human-Robot Interaction
    Date

External Students or Informal Collaboration