Computer vision researcher. Research field: computer vision algorithms, objects recognitions, scene segmentation, deep learning, vision in bad weather, Hand gesture & Pose estimation, 2D & 3D processing (rgb, depth, point clouds).
At Inria, I have developed several axes about computer vision applied to autonomous vehicle in the computer vision group of RITS. Currently, I’m pursuing my research and supervising a small group of Computer Vision students and fusion with deep learning, physic based model, vision in adverse conditions, monocular odometry, object recognition, 3D reconstruction, etc.
In the past I’ve also been working in the Robotics Lab of Mines ParisTech [2008-2012] (France), and in the Ilim Team of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon Uni.  (USA) and also in Uni. of Makedonia  (Greece).
Check my resume for more details.
Computer Vision Group
- Maximilian Jaritz
PhDDeep learning fusion for heterogeneous multi-sensor vision
- Luis Roldão
PhDFine 3D reconstruction of points clouds(co-supervision A. Verroust-Blondet)
- Pierre Bourré
- Shirsendu Halder
BS(from IIT Roorkee)Computer Vision in degraded weather conditions(co-supervision J-F. Lalonde)
- Sule Kahraman
BS’17(from M.I.T., USA)Influence of Fog on Computer Vision Algorithms
- Ziyang Hong
MS’17(from Uni. of Burgundy, France)Deep learning object recognition frameworks
- Aitor Gomez Torres
MS’17(from INSIA, Spain)Rain and computer vision
- Rafael Colmenares
MS’17(from Uni. Simon Bolivar, Venezuela)Spatio-temporal graph based energy minimization for road segmentation
- Pablo Marin
PhD intern’16(from Uni. Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
- Alexis Meyer
MS’16(from Telecom Sud Paris, France)Monocular Ego Velocity Estimation, Research report
- Kenneth J. M. Torres
MS’16(from Uni. del Turabo, Puerto Rico)
Check also my Google Scholar for more items.
France has a different mechanism to fund researches, but here are a few “fundings” of my research.