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Abdulaziz Almuzairee
Ph.D. Student
Computer Science and Engineering
University of California San Diego
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I'm a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Engineering at UC San Diego, advised by Professor Henrik Christensen. Prior to that, I earned my Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and my Bachelors in Computer Engineering from San Diego State University.

My general research interests lie in the interplay between robotics, reinforcement learning and computer vision. In a future where robots are ubiquitous, how can we better train these agents to adapt to the real world? My current work is on visual reinforcement learning, but you can find more below.


A Recipe for Unbounded Data Augmentation in Visual Reinforcement Learning
Abdulaziz Almuzairee, Nicklas Hansen, Henrik I. Christensen
RLC 2024 [paper] [website] [code]
X-Align: Cross-Modal Cross-View Alignment for Bird's-Eye-View Segmentation
Shubhankar Borse, Marvin Klingner, Varun Ravi Kumar, Hong Cai, Abdulaziz Almuzairee, Senthil Yogamani, Fatih Porikli
WACV 2023 [paper]
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