Kunal Pratap Singh

I am currently a predoctoral young investigator in the PRIOR team at the Allen Institute for AI. Previously I was a research assistant at the Computer Vision Lab at GIST working with Prof. Jonghyun Choi.

I've worked on Binary Architecture Search and Embodied Instruction Following. Previously, I finished my bachelors at the Indian Institute of Roorkee, during which I also interned at the Video Analytics Lab, Indian Institute of Science with Prof. R. Venkatesh Babu.

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I am interested in building embodied agents that can explore and continuously reason about their environments in a self-supervised manner. Specifically, I'm interested in Active Visual Learning, Lifelong Learning and Efficient Neural Networks.

MOCA: A Modular Object-Centric Approach for Interactive Instruction Following
Kunal Pratap Singh*, Suvaansh Bhambri*, Byeonghwi Kim*, Roozbeh Mottaghi, Jonghyun Choi,
arXiv, 2020
arXiv / code
Latent version presented at Embodied Vision, Actions and Language (EVAL) Workshop, ECCV 2020

Modular agent trained on the ALFRED benchmark to perform household tasks based on natural language instructions in AI2-THOR environments.

Learning Architecture for Binary Networks
Kunal Pratap Singh*, Dahyun Kim*, Jonghyun Choi,
ECCV 2020 (extended version under review in T-PAMI)
pdf / arXiv / code

First architecture search method for binary neural networks.

A Fast, Scalable, and Reliable Deghosting Method for Extreme Exposure Fusion
K. Ram Prabhakar*, Rajat Arora*, Adhitya Swaminathan, Kunal Pratap Singh, R. Venkatesh Babu,
ICCP 2019
pdf / code

Proposed a flexible Deep Learning based approach for exposure fusion and HDR Imaging from arbitrary number of exposure bracketed shots.


Bronze Prize, Samsung Humantech Awards,2020 (for ECCV work on binary neural networks).

National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) Scholarship for high school and undergraduate studies.

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) Fellowship, which included a fully-funded opportunity to pursue a basic sciences degree from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India

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