Zachary Teed

I am a PhD student at Princeton University where I am advised by Jia Deng and a member of the Princeton Vision & Learning Lab. My current research focuses on 3D reconstruction from video; including Structure from Motion, Scene Flow, and SLAM. Previously, I graduated with a B.S in computer science from Washington University in St. Louis where I recieved the Langsdorf Fellowship and McKevely Research Award.

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Research
PontTuset RAFT: Recurrent All-Pairs Field Transforms for Optical Flow
Zachary Teed and Jia Deng
2020
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PontTuset DeepV2D: Video to Depth with Differentiable Structure from Motion
Zachary Teed and Jia Deng
ICLR, 2020
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PontTuset A computationally efficient algorithm for fitting ion channel parameters
Zachary Teed and Jonathan Silva
MethodsX, 2016
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News

  • 12/2019: Our paper DeepV2D: Video to Depth with Differentiable Structure from Motion was accepted to ICLR 2020
  • 04/2019: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honarable Mention
  • 10/2018: Oral Presentation at ALERT Conference
  • 01/2018: Kaggle Passenger Screening Algorithm Challenge 4th Place Solution

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