Alexander C. Berg

Research Scientist

I joined Facebook in January 2019 as a research scientist to help build the next generation of computer vision systems focusing on all aspects of people in images and video. My research examines a wide range of computational visual recognition, connections to natural language processing, psychology, and has a concentration on computational efficiency.

I completed my PhD in computer science at UC Berkeley in 2005, and have worked alongside many wonderful people at Yahoo! Research, Columbia University, Stony Brook University, and am currently an associate professor (on leave) at UNC Chapel Hill.


Visual recognition, efficient machine learning

Latest Publications

ICCV - October 11, 2021

Worldsheet: Wrapping the World in a 3D Sheet for View Synthesis from a Single Image

Ronghang Hu, Nikhila Ravi, Alexander C. Berg, Deepak Pathak

CVPR - June 19, 2021

Boundary IoU: Improving Object-Centric Image Segmentation Evaluation

Bowen Cheng, Ross Girshick, Piotr Dollár, Alexander C. Berg, Alexander Kirillov

ICCV - October 27, 2019

IMP: Instance Mask Projection for High Accuracy Semantic Segmentation of Things

Cheng-Yang Fu, Tamara Berg, Alexander C. Berg