I'm a 25 year-old research associate in the VISICS group at KU Leuven. I'm also a PhD student, performing research under the supervision of my advisor, prof. Luc Van Gool. My primary research interests include Computer Vision and Machine Learning. I am currently focused on the areas of shape grammars and inverse procedural modeling of architecture.
I obtained my B.Sc. title in 2008 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing , University of Zagreb, Croatia. In my thesis, "Recognition of Number Plate Characters", I presented an approach for detection and segmentation of vehicle registration plates.
In 2010 I received my M.Sc. title, with highest honors, from the same university. In my Master's Thesis, "Implementation of Computer Vision Algorithms for Embedded Systems", I designed a system for real-time video processing on a custom FPGA development board.
In September 2010 I started my PhD programme in the VISICS group.
My full CV is available here.
To appear in CVPR 2013 in Portland, Oregon, USA
KU Leuven Technical Report
ECCV 2012 in Firenze, Italy
Oral presentation, 3.6% acceptance rate
[Paper] [Supplementary] [Talk] [Slides] [Updated ECP dataset annotations]
3DIMPVT 2011 in Hangzhou, China
3D-ARCH 2011 in Trento, Italy
MIPRO 2010 in Opatija, Croatia
July 2010, University of Zagreb, Croatia
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