Computer Vision & Machine Learning

Student Interns

Advaitha Anne
Daniela Bocanegra
Johnny (Michael) Jiron
Martin Lim

Project Leads

Mark McCahill

Year

2019

Description: 

A team of Duke students will define and develop a prototype application to automate real-time image recognition object/person identification using the OpenCV computer vision toolkit and machine learning models. Students will Identify relevant data sources, define target users, develop use cases for both centralized approaches and distributed solutions that could run on inexpensive hardware such as Raspberry Pi with a Movidius Neural Compute Stick.

Student Participants: 

Advaitha

Anne

Advaitha Anne
Major: 
Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Class: 
Rising Junior

Hey! My name is Advaitha and I am an undergraduate student studying biomedical engineering/electrical and computer engineering with the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate. I am from Hockessin, DE and I am interested in pursuing a career in expanding global health innovation. More specifically I hope to work more on neurotechnology, or at the intersection of neuroscience and tech. Outside of class, I enjoy photography, writing, and graphic design, and planning dozens of travel guides to places I hope to one day visit.

Daniela

Bocanegra

Daniela
Major: 
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science
Class: 
Rising Junior

I am currently a sophomore, double majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science. I’m from a small, quaint town called Walla Walla, Washington. I am a Rubenstein Scholar, a scholarship awarded to low-income and first-generation students. I am very proud of my Mexican heritage. I love spending time outside and listening to music.

Johnny (Michael)

Jiron

Michael Jiron
Major: 
Computer Science
Minor: 
Statistical Science, Finance
Class: 
Rising Sophomore

I am a rising sophomore at Duke University with a planned major in Computer Science and minors in Statistical Science and Finance. I am from a small rural town in South Carolina. I intend to pursue a career at the confluence of data science and software engineering. I am interested in data science, machine learning, mobile and desktop applications, and interactive media. My ultimate goal is to be a technology innovator and entrepreneur.

Martin

Lim

Martin Lim
Major: 
Computer Science, Statistical Science
Class: 
Rising Sophomore

I am an incoming Sophomore planning to major in Computer Science and Statistics. I am from Seattle, Washington and I enjoy playing tennis and basketball. 

Project Leads: 

Mark

McCahill

Mark McCahill
Department: 
Office of Information Technology
Title: 
IT Consultant