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I recently defended my PhD at UT Austin, where I had been working with my advisor Kristen Grauman since Spring '13. I have now moved onto a postdoc at the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research Lab at UC Berkeley, advised by Alyosha Efros and Sergey Levine.

I joined UT in Fall 2011 on an MCD Fellowship. Before this, I obtained my bachelor's degree at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IITM), where I majored in electrical engineering and minored in literature.

I spent the summer of 2014 at UC Berkeley, working with Alyosha Efros on cross-view geolocation. In 2012, I summer-interned at Intel Labs, Santa Clara, working on computational photography techniques with camera arrays. During my undergrad, I interned in 2010 at Marvell Semiconductors, Bangalore where I worked on video quality analysis. I was also briefly a graduate research assistant at LIVE lab in Fall 2012.



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My desk is at GDC (Gates and Dell Complex) 4.728 E on the UT main campus. In most cases, I am best reached at: dineshj [at] cs [dot] utexas [dot] edu.



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