I am a research assistant and Ph.D. student of Prof. Luc Van Gool. I work in the field of 3D computer vision, currently in the Varcity project, with focus on semantic 3D city reconstruction from photographs. My interests also include camera calibration, structure-from-motion, multi-view surface reconstruction and vehicle environment perception using on-board cameras.
|Since 2012||research assistant, Computer Vision Lab, ETH Zurich|
|2008-2012||teaching assistant, Dept. of Measurement and Information Systems, TU Budapest, Hungary|
|2005-2008||research assistant, Systems and Control Lab, Computer and Automation Research Institute (SZTAKI), Budapest, Hungary
|2005||MSc in electrical engineering with major in embedded systems from TU Budapest|
|2002||French General Academic Studies Degree (DEUG) in electrical engineering from Filiere Francophone, TU Budapest
|Since 2012||Varcity: semantic and dynamic city reconstruction @ ETH-CVL, Zurich|
|2005-2008||StereoLaneFinder: on-board traffic lane detection using stereovision @ MTA-SZTAKI, Budapest|
|2007-2008||Cornea: multi-view reconstruction of the human cornea as a reflective surface @ MTA-SZTAKI, Budapest|
In the past I participated in many hardware/embedded system development projects, including applications of FPGAs and microcontrollers, embedded camera development, design of motor control modules, a two-wheel balancing robot, an ultrasonic obstacle detector module and more. More details
At ETH Zurich, I am the supervisor of the "Vision Goes Vegas" course where students implement a C++ vision software for automatically grabbing and recognizing gamble cards.
At Dept. of Measurement and Information Systems, TU Budapest (BME), Hungary, I was organizer of BSc/MSc thesis defenses, I held laboratory courses and lectures in electrical engineering, and supervised 4 BSc and 11 MSc theses in the fields of embedded hardware/software development and computer vision. More details