Dorian Chan

I'm a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University, where I currently work on computational imaging problems. Aside from my research, I'm generally interested in problems in computer graphics and computational photography. I'm advised by Matthew P. O'Toole. I also collaborate with James F. O'Brien.

I quite enjoy fishing. I'm also a big Denver Nuggets fan.

drop me a line: dychan@andrew.cmu.edu

Some of my past work:

Efficient Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging from Transient Sinograms
Mariko Isogawa, Dorian Yao Chan, Ye Yuan, Kris Kitani, Matthew O'Toole
ECCV 2020

Bound-Constrained Optimized Dynamic Range Compression
Dorian Yao Chan, James F. O'Brien
SIGGRAPH'20 Posters - ACM Student Research Competition winner!!

Brain-Computer Interface in Virtual Reality
Reza Abbasi-Asl, Mohammad Keshavarzi, Dorian Yao Chan
NER'19

Approximate svBRDF Estimation From Mobile Phone Video
Rachel A. Albert, Dorian Yao Chan, Dan B Goldman, James F. O'Brien
EGSR 2018