Hi all and welcome to my final senior project blog! It has been an exciting journey and this small blog will recap a bit. Here is the link to a copy of my project presentation.
Overall, this senior project taught me so much about computer vision and object detection. Even on days where I don’t think I made major progress, I still learned so much just by tinkering with the code and running interesting experiments. I also learned the importance of understanding the end-to-end nature of a project. It’s truly surreal to go from the data to a model that produces exciting, nuanced results.
First of all, I would like to thank Mrs. Bhattacharya, Mr. Brady, and all the staff at BISV for helping me on this journey. Without their guidance and support, this senior project would not have been possible. I would also like to give a huge thanks to Dr. Daniel Rubin, Dr. Chris Lee-Messer, and Dr. Florian Dubost. Their mentorship and willingness to help me out (especially since I changed my project last minute) is the main reason I am able to successfully complete this project. In fact, I have been working on the topic of seizure detection and patient tracking since June 2019, so it’s amazing to have been able to come full circle. I am incredibly grateful to be a part of Dr. Rubin’s lab and hope to continue working on projects there.
Thanks for stopping by this final blog and I wish you all the best!