Hanbyul (Han) Joo
Ph.D. student
The Robotics Institute
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA

Office: 201 Smith Hall
Email: hanbyulj at cs dot cmu dot edu

I am a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, under the supervision of Yaser Sheikh. Before joining CMU, I spent three years as a researcher at ETRI, a government-funded research organization in Korea. I received my M.S. in Electrical Engineering and B.S. in Computer Science, both from KAIST, Korea. The Samsung Scholarship is supporting my graduate study.


My main research interests are in computer vision, computer graphics, and machine perception of social behavior. My work focuses on analyzing and understanding dynamic scenes using more than 500 synchronized cameras (a.k.a. the Panoptic Studio).



MAP Visibility Estimation for Large-Scale Dynamic 3D Reconstruction
Hanbyul Joo, Hyun Soo Park, and Yaser Sheikh
In CVPR 2014 (Oral)
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Graph-based Shape Matching for Deformable Objects
Hanbyul Joo, Yekeun Jeong, Olivier Duchenne, and In So Kweon
In ICIP 2011
Graph-Based Robust Shape Matching for Robotic Application
Hanbyul Joo, Yekeun Jeong, Olivier Duchenne, Seong-Young Ko, and In So Kweon
In ICRA 2009
Statistical Background Subtraction Based on the Exact Per-pixel Distributions
Youngbae Hwang, Hanbyul Joo, Jun-sik Kim, and In So Kweon
In IAPR workshop on Machine Vision Applications (MVA) 2007