DAVIS WERTHEIMER

Gates Hall 345
Cornell University
dww78-at cornell-dot edu

I'm a Ph.D. student in the Cornell University Computer Science Department (Ithaca campus). My research interest is in Machine Learning and Computer Vision, with a focus on few-shot visual understanding. Since high-quality training data for a given task may not always be readily available, I believe it is important to understand how neural models generalize and adapt to new domains from partially relevant data or indirect supervision.

Bharath Hariharan is my advisor.

Publications

  • Few-Shot Learning with Localization in Realistic Settings
    Davis Wertheimer and Bharath Hariharan
    CVPR 2019, oral
    arxiv     pdf     supp     code     video    

Education

  • Ph.D. candidate: Cornell University, Computer Science (current)
  • Undergrad: Stanford University, major in Symbolic Systems / minor in Mathematics

Misc

  • TA for CS4780: Machine Learning for Intelligent Systems (2017)
  • TA for CS4786: Machine Learning for Data Scientists (2016)
  • Stanford graduate with distinction (3.9 GPA) (2016)
  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa (2016)
  • Intel Science Talent Search national semifinalist (2012)
  • Scholastic Art and Writing national gold key (2011)

Non-academic interests include fractal art, 3d printing jewelry, cooking, origami, and creating and making original ice cream and bread recipes. I also enjoy live art and music.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

"Begin at the beginning, and go on till you
come to the end: then stop."

-Lewis Carroll