Ayan Sinha


Ayan is a PhD student in the School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, since Fall 2011. He completed his undergraduate studies (B.Tech) from I.I.T., Kharagpur (Spring 2009) and subsequently received his masters (M.S.) from Georgia Tech (Spring 2011), all in mechanical engineering. His current work focuses on using random walks and spectral graph theory for understanding the multiscale structure and evolution of graphs over time. The applications include 3D shape analysis, retrieval, correspondence for geometric graphs (or manifolds) and clustering, evaluation, hierarchical community structure finding for social network graphs.


DeepHand: Robust Hand Pose Estimation by Completing a Matrix Imputed with Deep Features

Ayan Sinha*, Chiho Choi*, and Karthik Ramani (* denotes equal contribution)
In Proc. IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2016, Las Vegas, USA. To appear.

A Collaborative Filtering Approach to Real-Time Hand Pose Estimation

Chiho Choi, Ayan Sinha, Joon Hee Choi, Sujin Jang, and Karthik Ramani
In Proc. IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) 2015, Santiago, Chile.

Multiscale Kernels using Random Walks

Karthik Ramani, Ayan Sinha
11th Symposium on Geometry processing, 3-5 July, Genova, Italy, 2013. Proceedings of the Computer Graphics Forum, Computer Graphics Forum, Volume 33, Issue 1, pages 164–177, 2014.

Ayan’s Publications

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