Previously, I was a graduate student at the Department of Electrical Engineering at EPFL, an exchange graduate student at the Department of Computer Science at ETH Zürich. I spent time at EMPA, Disney Research Zürich, and Disney Research Pittsburgh as an intern, and University of British Columbia as a visitor.
My general research interests lie in image processing, video processing, natural language processing, video-text alignment, computer vision, machine learning. More specifically, my research is mostly about exploring the correspondances between visual and textual elements.
A Neural Multi-sequence Alignment TeCHnique (NeuMATCH) Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2018 (CVPR) (Spotlight)
Label-Based Automatic Alignment of Video with Narrative Sentences European Conference on Computer Vision 2016, Workshop on Web-scale Vision and Social Media
A Simple, Fast and Low-cost Method for in Situ Monitoring of Topographical Changes and Wear Rate of a Complex Tribo-system under Mixed Lubrication Wear 364 (2016)
Key-frame Based Spatiotemporal Scribble Propagation Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop on Intelligent Cinematography and Editing