Takahiro Maeda

I am a PhD student at Toyota Technological Institute (TTI), where I work on computer vision. My PhD advisor is Prof. Norimichi Ukita. I earned my M.Eng. in computer science at TTI in 2021 and B.Eng. in 2019 while working with Norimichi Ukita.

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Research

I'm interested in computer vision, human dynamics, robotics, and reinforcement learning.

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Multimodal Active Measurement for Human Mesh Recovery in Close Proximity


Takahiro Maeda, Keisuke Takeshita, Norimichi Ukita, and Kazuhito Tanaka
Under-review, 2024
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Work done during the internship at Frontier Research Center, Toyota Motor Corporation in 2023.

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Fast Inference and Update of Probabilistic Density Estimation on Trajectory Prediction


Takahiro Maeda and Norimichi Ukita
ICCV, 2023
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MotionAug: Augmentation with Physical Correction for Human Motion Prediction


Takahiro Maeda and Norimichi Ukita
CVPR, 2022
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IEEE Nagoya Section Conference Presentation Award 2023

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Human Pose Annotation Using a Motion Capture System for Loose-Fitting Clothes


Takuya Matsumoto, Kodai Shimosato, Takahiro Maeda, Tatsuya Murakami, Koji Murakoso, Kazuhiko Mino, and Norimichi Ukita
IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems 103 (6), 1257-1264, 2020
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Automatic human pose annotation for loose-fitting clothes


Takuya Matsumoto, Kodai Shimosato, Takahiro Maeda, Tatsuya Murakami, Koji Murakoso, Kazuhiko Mino, and Norimichi Ukita
16th International Conference on Machine Vision Applications (MVA) Best Poster Award, 2019
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Other Projects

These include coursework, side projects and unpublished research work.

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NTIRE 2021 Challenge on Burst Super-Resolution: Methods and Results


Takahiro Maeda and Kazutoshi Akita
challenge
2021-07-01
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The report of 2021 NTIRE Burst Super Resolusion challenge. We won 4th Place.

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Grasp and Motion Planning for Dexterous Manipulation for the Real Robot Challenge


Takuma Yoneda, Charles Schaff, Takahiro Maeda, and Matthew Walter
challenge
2021-01-08
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I participated the 2020 Real Robot Challenge with people at TTI-Chicago. We won the first place.


Design and source code from Jon Barron's website