Katerina Fragkiadaki

I am interested in building machines that understand the stories that videos portray, and, inversely, in using videos to teach machines about the world. The pen-ultimate goal is to build a machine that understands movie plots, and the ultimate goal is to build a machine that would want to watch Bergman over this.

I am an Assistant Professor in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon. Prior to joining MLD's faculty I spent three wonderful years as a post doctoral researcher first at UC Berkeley working with Jitendra Malik and then at Google Research in Mountain View working with the video group. I completed my Ph.D. in GRASP, UPenn with Jianbo Shi. I did my undergraduate studies at the National Technical University of Athens and before that I was in Crete.

Dear prospective graduate students: There is no need to email, please submit your application to our School following the links here: MLD Ph.D. or R.I. Ph.D.

8015 Gates Hillman
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA, 94720-1758
katef 'at' cs.cmu.edu

Teaching

10703 Deep Reinforcement Learning and Control Spring 2017

Publications

Learning Feature Hierarchies from Long-Range Temporal Associations in Videos
Panna Felsen, Katerina Fragkiadaki, Jitendra Malik and Alexei Efros
Workshop on Transfer and Multi-task Learning, in conjunction with NIPS 2015
paper
Learning Predictive Visual Models of Physics for Playing Billiards
Katerina Fragkiadaki*, Pulkit Agrawal*, Sergey Levine and Jitendra Malik
ICLR 2016
paper
Recurrent Network Models for Human Dynamics
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Sergey Levine, Panna Felsen and Jitendra Malik
ICCV 2015
paper | project page
Human Pose Estimation with Iterative Error Feedback
Joao Carreira, Pulkit Agrawal, Katerina Fragkiadaki, and Jitendra Malik
arXiv
paper|project page with code
Learning to Segment Moving Objects in Videos
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Pablo Arbelaez, Panna Felsen and Jitendra Malik
CVPR 2015
paper | poster | bibtex | project page with code
Grouping-Based Low-Rank Video Completion and 3D Reconstruction
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Marta Salas, Pablo Arbelaez, and Jitendra Malik
NIPS 2014
paper | poster | bibtex | project page with code
Pose from Flow and Flow from Pose
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Han Hu, and Jianbo Shi
CVPR 2013
paper | poster | bibtex
Two Granularity Tracking: Mediating Trajectory and Detection Graphs for Tracking under Occlusions
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Weiyu Zhang, Geng Zhang, and Jianbo Shi
ECCV 2012
paper | poster | bibtex | project page with code
Video Segmentation by tracing Discontinuities in a Trajectory Embedding
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Geng Zhang, and Jianbo Shi
CVPR 2012
paper | poster | bibtex | project page with code
Structural-Flow Trajectories for Unravelling Tubular Structure Bundles
Katerina Fragkiadaki, Weiyu Zhang, Jianbo Shi, and Elena Bernardis
MICCAI 2012 (oral presentation)
paper | slides | bibtex
Detection-free Tracking: Exploiting Motion and Topology for Segmenting and Tracking under Entanglement
Katerina Fragkiadaki and Jianbo Shi
CVPR 2011
paper | poster | bibtex
Figure-Ground Image Segmentation Helps Semi-Supervised Learning of Objects
Katerina Fragkiadaki and Jianbo Shi
ECCV 2010
paper | poster | bibtex

Current Graduate Students

Adam Harley, R.I., Ph.D.
Fish Tung, MLD, Ph.D.
Arpit Agarwal, R.I, Masters
Henry Huang, MLD, Masters

MISC

Matlab/C code for Large Displacement Optical Flow (LDOF) here.