Chanho Kim

PhD student at Georgia Tech
Wall Lab, Computational Perception Laboratory

Email :  chkim [at] gatech [dot] edu
Phone :  +1) 404-789-5564

I have been pursuing a PhD in Computer Vision at Georgia Tech under the supervision of Prof. Jim Rehg since 2013. My research interest lies in multi-target tracking and human activity recognition.


I am currently involved in a project which tracks people in videos captured in a classroom environment. Due to the complicated nature of the classroom, tracking people in a classroom is more challenging than tracking pedestrians on the street. My goal is to track people reliably in difficult scenarios such as when people's motion is unpredictable and the scene is cluttered.


Chanho Kim, Fuxin Li, James M. Rehg. "Multi-object Tracking with Neural Gating Using Bilinear LSTM."
European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), 2018 [PDF]

Chanho Kim, Fuxin Li, Arridhana Ciptadi, James M. Rehg. "Multiple Hypothesis Tracking Revisited."
International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2015 (Oral) [PDF] [Project webpage]

James M. Rehg et al. "Decoding Children's Social Behavior."
IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2013 [PDF]


Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
MS (2013), PhD (2013~) Electrical and Computer Engineering (3.9/4.0)

Inha University, Incheon, Korea
BS (2011) Information and Communication Engineering, summa cum laude (4.4/4.5)
Emphasis on Signal Processing

last updated on 08/06/2018