A bit more about me
- I am a tenure-track professor at the Technical University of Munich leading the Dynamic Vision and Learning group.
- I am a research group leader at the Technical University of Munich and a recipient of the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award from the Humboldt Foundation.
- I spent a year as a postdoc at the Computer Vision Group of the Technical University of Munich working with Prof. Daniel Cremers.
- Before, I spent two years as postdoc at ETH Zurich in the Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing group, working with Prof. Konrad Schindler.
- I spend almost a year as a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan in Prof. Silvio Savarese's group.
- I started my academic career as a research and teaching assistant at the Leibniz University Hannover in Germany, working in the Institute for Information Processing (TNT) with Prof. Bodo Rosenhahn.
- I have a PhD in Computer Vision from the Leibniz University Hannover supervised by Prof. Bodo Rosenhahn.
- I went to Boston to do my Master Thesis at Northeastern University, and that is where my passion for Computer Vision started!
- I studied the bachelor and master in Telecommunications Engineering at the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC).
- I am interested in dynamic scene understanding, multiple object tracking, temporal deep learning and video analysis in general.
- I like to code in MatLab and speed things up with some C++, though I am learning Python right now and I like it!
- I have taught courses on deep learning, tracking, network flows and organized practical courses on deep learning for computer vision, panorama stitching, structure-from motion.
El català és la meva llengua materna.
My english is hopefully awesome.
También hablo español.
Mi piace anche parlare italiano.
Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch.
You can also download my full CV.