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Stanford University
Brown Review '13, New York

Sam is a PhD candidate at the Electrical Engineering Department of Stanford University and currently works with the Image, Video and Multimedia Systems group lead by Prof. Bernd Girod. He is also a Brown Fellow of the Brown Institute of Media Innovation. His research interests include mobile augmented reality systems and mobile visual search applications, focusing particularly on how to efficiently use geometrical information and higher level text features.

Prior to Stanford, Sam completed his M.S. degree in Electronics Engineering at the Institute of Electronics, National Chiao Tung University in 2003. In his graduate studies, he worked with Prof. Hsueh-Ming Hang in the area of error resilient video coders and scalable video coding algorithms. He earned his BS degree in Electronics Engineering at National Chiao Tung University, in 2001.

Contact information:
Packard 353
350 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA, 94305

(650)724-3647 (O)