Subhransu Maji

Assistant Professor
274 CS Building
(413) 577-2570


Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Human Computation


Professor Maji's research spans computer vision, machine learning and human computation. He is interested in building recognition architectures that are robust and applicable in real-world settings. For example, his research on part-based models called poselets led to several state-of-the-art results on analyzing images containing people. At TTI Chicago, he developed algorithms where humans and machines collaborate to solve difficult learning and inference problems. He actively collaborates with researchers worldwide and has published in the leading computer vision and machine learning conferences.


Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley (2011). B.Tech., Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur (2006). Subhransu spend 2012-2014 as a Research Assistant Professor at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, a philanthropically endowed Computer Science institute at the University of Chicago campus. In Fall 2014, he joined the College of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst as an Assistant Professor.

Activities & Awards

Professor Maji was awarded the Google graduate fellowship during his Ph.D in 2008. He won the medal for graduating on top of the Computer Science department of IIT Kanpur in 2006. He serves in the program committees of several conferences and workshops in computer vision. He was recognized as an outstanding reviewer at CVPR 2013. He organized the "computer vision and human computation" workshop at CVPR 2013.