PhD Candidate, Purdue University
Email: mathewc [at] purdue [dot] edu
I am a sixth year PhD student (tentative graduation Fall 2019) in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University. I am currently working on Crowd Simulation, Intelligent Agents (Robots, swarms, Game AI), and Crowd-friendly Urban Modeling, under the supervision of Prof. Daniel G. Aliaga. My research interests are on Multi-Agent Simulation (crowds, self driving cars, robots, etc.), Forward and Inverse Procedural Modelling, Interactive Computer Graphics, and Computer Animation. I use Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Optimization techniques regularly in my research work.
- Summer 2018 - Uber Advanced Technology Group, San Francisco, CA - worked on Simulation for Self Driving Cars
- Summer 2017 - SRI International, Princeton, NJ - worked on Deep Learning for Cache Prediction in GPUs
2018 1st Workshop on Energy Efficient Machine Learning and Cognitive Computing for Embedded Applications (EMC2)[webpage] [pdf]
Computer Graphics Forum, 2018[webpage] [pdf] [video]