Numair Khan

PhD Candidate
Computer Science Department
Brown University

553 CIT, Waterman Street, Providence RI
email: firstname_lastname
Curriculum Vitae

I'm a second-year PhD Student at Brown University. I did my Masters in computer science from New York University.

My research interests lie in the fields of Computer Vision, Graphics, and Interaction.

Awards & Fellowships

Fulbright Scholar 2012-2014

NYU Computer Science Dept. Master's Thesis Research Fellowship 2013


M. Nasim, A. Rextin, S. Hayat, N. Khan, and M. Malik, "Data Analysis and Call Prediction on Dyadic Data from an Understudied Population," Pervasive and Mobile Computing, doi:10.1016/j.pmcj.2017.08.002, Aug 2017.

N. Khan and M. Zahran, "Space Efficient Pointwise Computation of the Distance Transform on GPUs," 2017 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW), pp. 557-566, doi:10.1109/IPDPSW.2017.90, May 2017.

M. Nasim, A. Rextin, N. Khan, and M. Malik, "Understanding Call Logs of Smartphone Users for Making Future Calls," In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI'16), ACM, New York, pp. 483-490, doi:10.1145/2935334.2935350, Sep 2016.

Magazine Articles

N. Khan, A. Penu, T. Dickerson, L. Luikas, C. Jung-Harada, and S. Bhattacharya. "I, Entreprenuer," XRDS, vol. 23(4), pp. 50-53, doi:10.1145/3100135, Jun 2017.

N. Khan, "The Essentials of a Computer Scientist's Toolkit," XRDS, vol. 21(2), pp. 9-9, doi:10.1145/2684377, Dec 2014.

Past Research Projects

Acquisition of spatial knowledge in virtual environments

Raymarching multiresolution procedural planets (Master's Thesis)

An augmented reality application for remote learning

3D reconstruction using the Kinect


CS-213 Advanced Programming
Spring 2016, National Univeristy of Science and Technology Pakistan

CS-330 Operating Systems
Fall 2015, National Univeristy of Science and Technology Pakistan

Workshop on GPU Computing
May 2015, National University of Science and Technology Pakistan

Grader for CSCI-GA.1170-01 Fundamental Algorithms
Fall 2013, New York University, Instructor: Joel Spencer


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