Summary of research interests
- Computer Vision
- Building Information Modeling and Digital Twin
- Technology Adoption
- Information Systems
Current – ASU
I am the director of the Edifice Lab. Go to edificelab.com for the latest.
Past – UTexas
During my PhD, I worked on a collaborative project called:
Living Building Information Model (BIM): A Layered Approach for Automatic and Continuous Built Environment Model Update
You can read the abstract on the National Science Foundation website.
The project aims to improve the information practices of people who operate, maintain, and renovate facilities.
Specifically, by applying tools found in machine learning and computer vision, we made Building Information Models easier to update throughout the life-cycle of a facility.
We are in the process of releasing an RGB-D dataset of building facilities for semantic segmentation research – 3DFacilities.
Past – UWaterloo
Team from the University of Waterloo
My master’s degree was focused on developing automated quality control tools for industrial construction, specifically pipe spool fabrication.
By analyzing point clouds captured by laser scanners, we could identify geometrical fabrication errors and mitigate the risk of on-site rework.
If you’re interested, feel free to peruse my Masters_Thesis_Seminar presentation.