Himangi Mittal

I am a second year Master of Science in Robotics (MSR) student in the Robotics Institute (RI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), working with Prof. Abhinav Gupta and collaborating with Prof. Pedro Morgado at UW-Madison. Previously, I worked as a Research Assistant at CMU with Prof. David Held at the R-Pad Lab, in collaboration with Pittsburgh-based autonomous driving company, Argo AI.

During my Masters at CMU, I am working on self-supervised representation learning methods for multimodal audio-visual videos. Previously, as a RA at CMU, I worked on self-supervised algorithms for 3D LiDAR point clouds. I did my bachelors from Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, India where I worked with Dr. Anuja Arora.

I am currently a Teaching Assistant for the Spring 2023 course 16-825: Learning for 3D Vision that is being taught by Prof. Shubham Tulsiani.

Looking for Internship for Summer 2023 in Computer Vision/Multi-modal Machine Learning.

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News
  • Jan 2023 : Teaching Assistant for 16-825: Learning for 3D Vision (being taught by Prof. Shubham Tulsiani).
  • Dec 2022: Serving as a CVPR 2023 Reviewer (including Emergency Reviewer).
  • Sep 2022 : Paper accepted at NeurIPS 2022!!
  • Oct 2021 : Paper accepted at BMVC 2021 (Oral).
  • Apr 2021 - Dec 2021: I will be serving as a reviewer for ICCV 2021, AAAI 2022, WACV 2022, and CVPR 2022.
  • Aug 2021: Journal paper accepted in PAA (in collaboration with Robert Bosch, India).
  • Feb 2021: Accepted as a MSR student at CMU for Fall 2021.
  • July 2020: Presented a short paper at RSS Workshop on Self-Supervised Robot Learning 2020.
  • Feb 2020: Paper accepted at CVPR 2020 (Oral).
Teaching
Teaching Assistant for 16-825: Learning for 3D Vision (taught by Prof. Shubham Tulsiani) (Spring 2023)
Research

I am interested in devising self-supervised algorithms to minimize the need of large amounts of annotated data required for the training for supervised algorithms.

Learning State-Aware Visual Representations from Audible Interactions
Himangi Mittal, Pedro Morgado, Unnat Jain, Abhinav Gupta
NeurIPS 2022
ECCV 2022 Workshop on Visual Object-oriented Learning meets Interaction (VOLI): Discovery, Representations, and Applications
Arxiv / Code / Video

We propose a self-supervised algorithm to learn representations from untrimmed, egocentric videos containing audible interactions. Our method uses the audio signals in two unique ways: (1) to identify moments in time that are conducive to better self-supervised learning and (2) to learn representations that focus on the visual state changes caused by audible interactions.

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Self-Supervised Point Cloud Completion via Inpainting
Himangi Mittal, Brian Okorn, Arpit Jangid, David Held
BMVC 2021 - Oral (Selection rate 3.3%)
Paper / Arxiv / Code / Conference Presentation / Webpage

A self-supervised method to complete the incomplete, partial point clouds for real-world settings like LiDAR where ground truth complete point cloud annotations are unavailable. We achieve this via inpainting where a region of the point cloud is removed and the network is trained to complete this removed region.

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Harnessing emotions for depression detection
Sahana Prabhu Muraleedhara Himangi Mittal, Rajesh Varagani, Sweccha Jha, Shivendra Singh
Pattern Analysis and Applications Journal
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A method for multi-modal depression detection using audio, video, and textual modalities using LSTMs. This work leverages emotions to detect an early indication of depression.

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Just Go with the Flow: Self-Supervised Scene Flow Estimation
Himangi Mittal, Brian Okorn, David Held
CVPR 2020 - Oral (Selection rate 5.7%)
RSS 2020 Workshop on Self-Supervised Robot Learning
Paper / Arxiv / Code / Project Page / Video / Short Paper

A method of training scene flow that uses two self-supervised losses, based on nearest neighbors and cycle consistency. These self-supervised losses allow us to train our method on large unlabeled autonomous driving datasets.

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Interpreting Context of Images using Scene Graphs
Himangi Mittal, Ajith Abraham, Anuja Arora
International Conference on Big Data Analytics (BDA), 2019
Paper / ArXiv / Code

Predicted action and spatial relationships in images between objects detected by YOLO, then combining VGG-Net based visual features and Word2Vec based semantic features.

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Anomaly Detection using Graph Neural Networks
Anshika Chaudhary, Himangi Mittal, Anuja Arora
International Conference on Machine Learning, Big Data, Cloud and Parallel Computing , 2019
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A method to capture the anomalous behavior in a social network based on degree, betweenness, and closeness of graph nodes using Graph Neural Networks (GNN) in Keras.

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STWalk: Learning Trajectory Representations in Temporal Graphs
Supriya Pandhre, Himangi Mittal Manish Gupta, Vineeth N. Balasubramanian

ACM India Joint International Conference on Data Science and Management of Data (CoDS-COMAD), 2018
Paper / ArXiv / Code

Presents trajectory analysis of spatio-temporal graph nodes using DeepWalk algorithm in NetworkX (Python) for classification and detecting changing points of interest using SVMs.

Academic Service/Volunteer Work
  • Teaching Assistant for 16-825: Learning for 3D Vision (Spring 2023).
  • Reviewer Service: ICCV 2021, AAAI 2022, WACV 2022, CVPR 2022, CVPR 2023 (Emergency reviewer also).
  • Volunteer at NeurIPS 2022 High School Outreach Program.
  • Mentor at CMU AI Undergraduate Mentoring Program.

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