Tamara Berg

Research Scientist

I joined Facebook in January 2019 as a research scientist to work on computer vision related to people, fashion, and commerce. My broader research interests span a variety of areas in computer vision and natural language processing, including developing models aimed at understanding and combining multiple modalities.

I completed my PhD in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2007, then worked as a research scientist at Yahoo! Research, and as a professor at Stony Brook University and UNC Chapel Hill (currently on leave). Most recently, I helped co-found Shopagon, a start-up focused on personalizing online shopping.


Words and pictures, fashion, visual recognition, commerce

Latest Publications

CVPR - June 17, 2021

Connecting What to Say With Where to Look by Modeling Human Attention Traces

Zihang Meng, Licheng Yu, Ning Zhang, Tamara Berg, Babak Damavandi, Vikas Singh, Amy Bearman

ECCV - August 21, 2020

Attention-Based Query Expansion Learning

Albert Gordo, Filip Radenovic, Tamara Berg

ICCV - October 27, 2019

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

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