Xiaofeng Ren

xiaofenr at amazon dot com


As of March 2013, I joined Amazon as a principal research scientist. I have an affiliate position at University of Washington. (Current CV,Google Scholar).

I am interested in all aspects of computer vision, as I believe all are needed to solve it -- see my publications below. I was a research scientist at Intel Labs during 2008-2013, working closely with faculty and students at University of Washington. Prior to sunny Seattle, I was a research assistant professor at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTI-C). I received my Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley in 2006, under the supervision of Jitendra Malik.


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(Old) Research Projects

Discriminative Viewpoint Classification
RGB-D Mapping
Egocentric Object Recognition
Multi-Scale Improves Boundary Detection
Local Grouping for Optical Flow
Finding and Tracking People in Archive Films
Tracking as Repeated Figure/Ground Segmentation
Line-based Aspect Learning and Matching
Figure-ground organization in natural images
Cue Integration in Figure/Ground Labeling
Scale-Invariant Contour Completion using Conditional Random Fields
Using Shapemes for Mid-level Vision
A Scale-Invariant Image Representation: the CDT Graph
Pairwise Constraints between Human Body Parts
Learning Discriminative Models for Image Segmentation
Human Body Configuration from Bottom-Up: a Segmentation-based Approach
Contours in Natural Images and Scale Invariance
Superpixel: Empirical Studies and Applications