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2015 Fellow, 2014-2015 Magic Grantee: Reframe Iran
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2015 Fellow, 2014-2015 Magic Grantee: Reframe Iran

 

Matt Yu is a PhD candidate in the Electrical Engineering Department at Stanford University. He received a M.S. degree from Stanford and a B.S. degree from California Institute of Technology, both in electrical engineering. His primary research interests are computational photography, computer vision, and video streaming although he has also worked on personalization systems and illumination-invariant image matching. Matt previously contributed to the Personalized Television News and the STAR (Storytelling with Augmented Reality) Magic Grant projects.

 

Matt is a recipient of a 2014-15 Magic Grant as part of the bicoastal Reframe Iran team.

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