Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation
TUM School of Engineering and Design
Technical University of Munich

Rohit K. Dubey

 

 Dubey

Dr. sc. ETHZ

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Room: 3226

 

Research

Rohit K. Dubey is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation at the Technical University of Munich. Rohit received his Ph.D. from the Department of Informatics at ETH Zurich in 2020 under the guidance of Asst Prof. Dr. Robert W. Sumner (Disney Research, Zurich), Prof. Christoph Hoelscher (D-GESS, ETH Zurich), and Asst. Prof. Dr. Mubbasir Kapadia (Computer Science, Rutgers University). His Ph.D. research focused on the cognitive modeling of information sources for human wayfinding under uncertainty.Rohit is currently developing a cognitively grounded computational framework of microscopic pedestrian crowd simulation that models the uncertainty and fusion of potentially multiple conflicting information sources for wayfinding decision-making during general circulation and egress. His research interests are:

  • Computational Cognition
  • Pedestrian simulation
  • Multivariate Information Fusion for Human Decision-Making
  • Human-Building Interaction
  • Computer-Aided Architectural Design and Optimization

Teaching

 

Publications

Journals

  • Dubey, Rohit K., Wei Ping Khoo, Michal Gath Morad, Christoph Hölscher, and Mubbasir Kapadia. :
    AUTOSIGN: A multi-criteria optimization approach to computer-aided design of signage layouts in complex buildings.
    Computers & Graphics (2020)
     
  • Dubey, Rohit K., Tyler Thrash, Mubbasir Kapadia, Christoph Hoelscher, and Victor R. Schinazi.:
    Information Theoretic Model to Simulate Agent-Signage Interaction for Wayfinding
    Cognitive Computation  (2019): 1-18
  • Dubey, Rohit Kumar, Jonathan Goh, and Vrizlynn LL Thing. :
    Fingerprint liveness detection from single image using low-level features and shape analysis
    IEEE transactions on information forensics and security  11, no.7 (2016): 1461-1475
  • Wang, Yanbin, Rohit Dubey, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, and Daniel Thalmann.:
    An immersive multi-agent system for interactive applications
    The Visual Computer  29, no.5 (2013): 323-332

Refereed  Conferences

  • Dubey, Rohit K., Samuel S. Sohn, Tyler Thrash, Christoph Hoelscher, and Mubbasir Kapadia.:
    Identifying indoor navigation landmarks using a hierarchical multi-criteria decision framework
    In 
    Motion, Interaction and Games , pp. 1-11. 2019
  • Dubey, Rohit K., Samuel S. Sohn, Christoph Hoelscher, and Mubbasir Kapadia.:
    Fusion-Based Wayfinding Prediction Model for Multiple Information Sources
    In 
    2019 22th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION) , pp. 1-8. IEEE, 2019
  • ( Best Paper Award ) Zhang, Ying, Rohit Kumar Dubey, Guang Hua, and Vrizlynn LL Thing.:
    Face Spoofing Video Detection Using Spatio-Temporal Statistical Binary Pattern
    In 
    TENCON 2018-2018 IEEE Region 10 Conference , pp. 0309-0314. IEEE, 2018

Refereed workshops

  • Dubey, Rohit K., Samuel S. Sohn, Christoph Hoelscher, and Mubbasir Kapadia.: Cognitive Agent Based Simulation Model For Improving Disaster Response Procedures
    In 
    Neural Information Processing Systems: Workshop on AI for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response NeurIPS 2019
  • Dubey, Rohit K., Mubbasir Kapadia, Tyler Thrash, Victor R. Schinazi, and Christoph Hoelscher.:
    Towards an Information-Theoretic Framework for Quantifying Wayfinding Information in Virtual Environments
    In 
    CAID @ IJCAI , pp. 40-46. 2017

Book Chapters

  • Panagiotis Mavros, Dubey Rohit K., Li Hengshan, Jazuk Kristina, Holsher Christoph.:
    Architectural Psychology for Mixed-Use Cities
    In Future Cities Laboratory Indicia 1, Lars Muller Publisher, April, 2019

Refereed posters

  • Dubey, Rohit K.
    Cognitive Agent Based Simulation Model For Improving Disaster Response Procedures
    In 
    Neural Information Processing Systems: Workshop on AI for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response NeurIPS 2019
  • Dubey Rohit K., Jonathan Goh, and Vrizlynn Thing:
    Fingerprint Liveness Detection
    A * STAR Scientific Conference, September 25-26, 2014

Supervised work

  • David Xue
    Spatial-Cognition Driven Layout Optimization
    Supervision of a 3rd year Computer Science bachelor student from Rutgers's University, USA
    March, 2020 - to date


  • Aditya Oka
    “Fine-to-course” Path Planning Implementation in Cognitive AI
    Supervision of a 3rd year Computer Science bachelor student from Rutgers's University, USA
    October, 2020 - to date


  • Wei Ping Khoo
    Optimization framework for a signage design system
    Internship supervision at ETH of a 3rd year Computer Science bachelor student from NUS Singapore
    Jan. ' 2018 - June.'2018

  • Supervisor at I2R of a Polytechnic Diploma student from Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
    Gaze based human authentication
    May.'2014 - Aug. 2014

  • Supervisor at I2R of a Polytechnic Diploma student from Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
    Gait based human authentication  
    May.'2015 - Aug. 2015

External collaborations

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