Me!
Cheni Chadowitz (pronounced like "Henny")
Resume [pdf]
LinkedIn Profile
c.chadowitz at gmail.com
I am currently a Computer Vision Software Engineer at Pixel Forensics, Inc. (Boston, MA). I completed my M.S. in Computer Science with a focus in computer vision in 2015 and my B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2013 at University of Massachusetts Amherst. During my Master's program, I worked in the Computer Vision Lab and was advised by Professor Erik Learned-Miller. My research interests are computer vision and machine learning.
You can find me on LinkedIn.
Teaching experience
Fall 2014: Applied Information Theory (CMPSCI 650)
Spring 2014: Computer Vision (CMPSCI 370)
Fall 2013: Programming with Data Structures (CMPSCI 187)
Awards
Outstanding Teaching Assistant (May 2015) [award]
Bay State Graduate Fellowship, School of Computer Science (2013-2015) [fellowship]
Publications
RisQ
RisQ: Recognizing Smoking Gestures with Inertial Sensors on a Wristband
Abhinav Parate, Meng-Chieh Chiu, Chaniel Chadowitz, Deepak Ganesan, Evangelos Kalogerakis
Proceedings of the ACM MobiSys 2014
[paper] [related blog post] [commercial venture]