Hello, I am a 1st year Computer Science PhD student in PRG Lab, Univerity of Maryland, College Park. I am focusing on deep learning, especially 3D computer vision, point cloud applications for autonomous driving and robot vision.
Before joining UMD, I worked for 2 years as a CMOS image sensor software developer at Samsung Electronics’ Advanced Sensor Development Team and worked for 1 year as a Research Scientist at the ACSL of Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST). I earned my M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 2021 under the guidance of Prof. Jong-Hwan Kim at the RIT Lab. I recieved my B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Korea University in 2019.
I also love to crossfit, freediving, hiking and camping!
Also, check out:
A Dual-Cycled Cross-View Transformer Network for Unified Road Layout Estimation and 3D Object Detection in the Bird’s-Eye-View, 2022, Curie Kim, and Ue-Hwan Kim [2023 Ubiquitous Robots]
Self-supervised 3D Object Detection from Monocular Pseudo-LiDAR, 2022, Curie Kim, Ue-Hwan Kim, and Jong-Hwan Kim [2022 IEEE MFI]
Deep Q-Network for AI Soccer, 2022, Curie Kim, Yewon Hwang, Jong-Hwan Kim [2022 RiTA]
Room# 402, GIST C11, Cheomdangwagi-ro 123, Gwangju, South Korea