I am a third year PhD student in the Computer Science department, University College London, and part of the Virtual Environments and Computer Graphics group. I am funded by Microsoft Research.
I studied Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at ENSIMAG, where I received an Engineering diploma.
I also got a Master's degree from UCL where I attended the Msc Vision, Imaging and Virtual Environments (now renamed Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging) in 2007-2008.
In 2008-2009 I worked as a Research & Development programmer for Double Negative Visual Effects.
My PhD in UCL started in september 2009.
Finding correspondences in images at the patch level can be used to achieve different image enhancement and image editing applications.
I am working on methods that can be used to match patches of images at a large scale.
Frederic Besse, Carsten Rother, Andrew Fitzgibbon and Jan Kautz, PMBP: PatchMatch Belief Propagation for Correspondence Field Estimation, in BMVC, 2012.
I am lab demonstrator in UCL for the following courses (2011-2012):
Computational Photography and Capture (COMPGV15, COMP3085, COMPM085)
This course reviews the main algorithms used in the Computational Photography field. The labs are a series of guided exercises covering the different topics taught in this module.
I am interested in game development, and more particularly in game development for the Android platform.
I have released RainDrop on the Android market.
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