I am a PhD student in the Digital Signal Processing and Computational Imaging labs at Rice University. My research focuses on the development, application, and analysis of new signal processing algorithms. I am especially interested in algorithm design related to problems in computational imaging, machine learning, and communications. I work under the direction of professors Richard Baraniuk and Ashok Veeraraghavan.
Learned D-AMP: Principled Neural-Network-based Compressive Image Recovery C. Metzler, A. Mousavi, R. Baraniuk. Work in progress.
Coherent Inverse Scattering via Transmission Matrices: Efficient Phase Retrieval Algorithms and a Public Dataset C. Metzler, M. Sharma, S. Nagesh, R. Baraniuk, O. Cossairt, A. Veeraraghavan. IEEE International Conference on Computational Imaging 2017. ICCP best-paper runner-up.
BM3D-prGAMP: Compressive phase retrieval based on BM3D denoising C. Metzler, A. Maleki, R. Baraniuk. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2016.
From Denoising to Compressed Sensing C. Metzler, A. Maleki, R. Baraniuk. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 2016.
Optimal recovery from compressive measurements via denoising-based approximate message passing C. Metzler, A. Maleki, R. Baraniuk. International Conference on Sampling Theory and Applications 2015.
BM3D-AMP: A new image recovery algorithm based on BM3D denoising C. Metzler, A. Maleki, R. Baraniuk. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2015. ICIP "Top 10%" paper.
BM3D-prGAMP: Compressive phase retrieval based on BM3D denoising Talk at ICME MM-SPARSE workshop 2016.
Connecting Bayesian and Denoising-based Compressed Sensing Invited Talk at Asilomar 2015.
BM3D-AMP: A new image recovery algorithm based on BM3D denoising Talk at ICIP 2015.
SoftwareD-AMP & D-prGAMP Toolbox.
I received my BSEE and MSEE from Rice University in 2013 and 2014, respectively. I am currently working towards my PhD in electrical and computer engineering, again from Rice. My graduate education has been supported by the NSF GRF, DoD NDSEG, and Texas Instruments fellowship programs.
I have had six summer internships; one at the Naval Research Laboratory, two at Ball Aerospace, one at ViaSat, one at National Instruments, and one at the Technical University of Braunschweig. In high school I worked weekends and summers as a construction laborer and apprentice electrician.
I am a social chair of the Rice ECE graduate student association and I am an active member of the IEEE. I regularly review for the IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Image Processing, and Computational Imaging, in addition to smaller journals and conferences.
My email address is chris.metzler at rice.edu.
My office is room 1033 in Duncan Hall.