I have been building computer vision solutions professionally as a software engineer in Exvision [https://www.exv.nikon.com/] for the past 7 years after receiving my Masters from The University of Tokyo [https://www.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp/index_e.shtml]. I specialize in applying computer vision using machine learning and deep learning approach to solve real-world problems. I have built many solutions for challenging problems for clients from various industries such as sports research, child education, digital entertainment, visual inspection in factories, and many others.
My most recent works include developing a lite 120 FPS motion recognition system (EGS Motion), high speed real-time 500 FPS object tracking system and 3D object rotation estimation from high FPS image sequences, a deep learning-based system for the detection of defects currently used by one of Japan’s big manufacturing company. I also have some experience implementing classical machine learning methods as well as deep learning models on the Myriad X platform.
I received my Master’s degree on March 2016 from The Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Japan. I studied as a member of Prof. Masatoshi Ishikawa. I received my undergraduate degree from the Faculty of Computer Science, The University of Indonesia, Indonesia.
Check out some of my past projects here and publications here.