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Changjae Oh

I am currently Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Within QMUL, I'm member of Centre for Intelligent Sensing, Computer Vision Group, and Advanced Robotics at Queen Mary. I obtained the PhD degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Yonsei University, South Korea, and I was a postdoctoral researcher at QMUL (May 2018-Aug 2019). My current research interest is to investigate how to make embodied agents, such as physical or virtual robots, precisely perceive the environment and execute desirable actions.

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Prospective Students

I'm looking for prospective students who are interested in image/video processing, computer vision, and vision-based robot manipulation. Please feel free to contact me. You can find information on the QMUL EECS PhD opportunities here, with some scholarships such as:

  • China Scholarship Council (CSC) Scholarships
  • Pakistan HEC-QMUL PhD Scholarships
  • QMUL scholarships database
  • News

  • (Jun. 2024) A paper on reference-guided image filtering (de-raining) was accepted to ICIP.
  • (Mar. 2024) A paper on SNN-based tactile sensing for texture classification was accepted to IEEE Sensors Journal.
  • (Feb. 2024) A paper on test-time adaptation for 6D object pose tracking was accepted to Pattern Recognition.
  • (Feb. 2024) A paper on open-vocabulary based 6D object pose estimation was accepted to CVPR (Highlight).
  • (Feb. 2024) A paper on diffusion model-based image generation was accepted to CVPR.
  • (Dec. 2023) A paper on transferable out-of-distribution detection was accepted to AAAI.
  • (Dec. 2022) 2022 Intelligent Sensing Winter School
  • (Jun. 2022) A paper on 6D object pose tracking was accepted to ICIP.
  • (Mar. 2022) A paper on video object segmentation was accepted to ICME.
  • (Jan. 2022) A paper on underwater image enhancement was accepted to ICASSP.
  • (Dec. 2021) 2021 Intelligent Sensing Winter School
  • (Oct. 2021) A paper on video prediction was accepted to BMVC.
  • (Sep. 2021) A paper on adversarial image filters was accepted to TIP.
  • (Jun. 2021) A paper on policy learning from a static image was accepted to IROS.
  • (Jun. 2021) A paper on safe human-to-robot handover was accepted to ROMAN.
  • (Jun. 2021) A paper on visual-tactile perception was accepted to CASE.
  • (Sep. 2020) Co-organised 2020 Intelligent Sensing Summer School
  • (Mar. 2020) A paper on mapless navigation was accepted to TCSVT.
  • (Jan. 2020) A paper on adversarial image enhancement filter was accepted to ICASSP.
  • (Jan. 2020) A paper on stereo dehazing was accepted to IJCV.