|Marc Oliu received the Technical Bachelor degree in Computer Science from Universitat de Girona, Girona, in 2010. He is finishing his Master degree in Artificial Intelligence at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Universitat de Barcelona (UB), and Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV). He is interested in Computer Vision and Machine Learning Fields.
Master Thesis: Head pose recovery and shape estimation in still images, UB-URV-UPC, 2014
Email: moliusimon (at) gmail (dot) com
|Ciprian Adrian Corneanu got his MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from Télécom SudParis in 2011. He spent the next three years in Germany with C.R.S iiMotion, a Thomson spin-off, developing industrial image processing applications for the consumer market. Currently he is a Ph.D student at the Universitat de Barcelona and a fellow of the Computer Vision Center from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. His main research interests include face and behavior analysis, affective computing, social signal processing, human computer interaction.
Master Thesis: Facial Expression Analysis of Neurologically Impaired Children, CVC, 2015. Slides.
Email: cipriancorneanu (at) gmail (dot) com Personal webpage
|Albert Clapés received his Bachelor degree in Computer Science at Universitat de Barcelona (UB) in 2012. He obtained the Master degree in Artificial Intelligence in 2014 at UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), UB and URV. He is doing the PhD on gesture recognition.His reserch interests include computer vision applied to human behavior analysis and human-computer interaction.
Email: aclapes (at) cvc (dot) uab (dot) cat
|Daniel Sánchez received his Bachelor degree in Computer Science at Universitat de Barcelona (UB) in 2012. He is currently studying his Master degree in Artificial Intelligence at UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), UB and URV. He is mainly interested in computer vision applied to human pose recovery and behavior analysis.
Master Thesis: ECOC and Graph Cuts Segmentation of Human Limbs, UB-URV-UPC, 2014. Slides
Email: gammarl (at) gmail (dot) com
|Cristina Palmero received her Bachelor degree in Audiovisual Telecommunication Systems Engineering at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) in 2011. She is currently studying her Master degree in Artificial Intelligence at Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV). She is mainly interested in signal and image processing and computer vision techniques applied to human behavior analysis, scene understanding and robotics.
Master Thesis: Trimodal Human Body Segmentation, UB-URV-UPC, 2014.
Master Thesis slides
Email: c (dot) palmero (dot) cantarino (at) gmail (dot) com
|Meysam Madadi received his Bachelor degree in Software Engineering at BuAli Sina university of Hamedan and M.S. degree in Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) in 2007 and 2013, respectively. He has started his research activities by focusing on information retrieval and data mining since his bachelor project, continuing in master specifically on computer vision and image processing. He gave a special attention to pose recovery and human behavior analysis from his master thesis in title of Extraction of body soft-biometry from 3D videos using Kinect. He is interested in generating and developing new algorithms in these topics applying the knowledge in computer vision and retrieval systems besides machine learning, algorithms design in artificial intelligence, statistics, and linear algebra, among others.
PhD Thesis: Human Segmentation, Pose Estimation and Applications, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 2017. Slides.
|Julio C. S. Jacques Junior received his M.S. degree in Applied Computer in 2006, from Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS) and his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 2012, from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Universitat de Barcelona (UB). He is mainly interested in computer vision-based applications (human behavior analysis, image segmentation, crowd analysis, object detection and tracking).
Email: juliojj (at) gmail (dot) com Personal webpage
|Kaustubh Kulkarni obtained the Bachelors in engineering from Mumbai university. He completed his MSc. from Auburn University, USA. Following which he worked at Siemens research labs in India and USA. He is in the process to get his PhD from INRIA, Grenoble. Currently, he is working at the Computer Vision Center at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He has experience working in Action recognition, Speech recognition, Emotion recognition and Medical Image Analysis.|
Past students and members
Mehdi Mirza-Mohammadi Master Thesis: Contextual Bag-of-Visual-Words and ECOC-Rank for Retrieval and Multi-class Object Recognition. Universitat de Barcelona-URV-UPC, 2009
2009- Alberto Escudero – Research assistant
Oscar Lopes Master Thesis: Real-time Hand Pose Recognition using Depth Sensors combined with Spherical Shape Model Descriptor. Slides. Computer Vision Center, 2012
Miguel Pousa Master Thesis: Spherical Blurred Shape Model for Hand Pose Recognition. Computer Vision Center, 2012
2009-2013 – Mario Gorga – Research assistant
2013 – Albert Marieges – Research assistant
2014 – Vicent Roig – Research assistant
2014 – Guillermo Blasco – Research assistant
2014 – David Corto – Research assistant
2014 – Andres Cenci – Research assistant
Eloi Puertas PhD Thesis: Generalized Stacked Sequential Learning. Slides. Universitat de Barcelona, 2014
Carlos Puig Master Thesis: Automatic Performance Analysis in Trampoline from RGB-Depth Data. Presentation. Poster. Video Sample. Computer Vision Center, 2014
Oscar Amoros Master Thesis: Parallel error-correcting output codes classification in volume visualization: parallelism for AI and AI for parallelism. Slides. Universitat de Barcelona-URV-UPC, 2014
2015 – Lukasz Romaszko – Research assistant
Pablo Pardo Master Thesis: Automatic Real and Apparent Age Estimation in Still Images. Slides., UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2015
2015 – Marc Pomar – Research assistant
2015 – 2016 Sergi Delgado – Research assistant
Xavier Perez-Sala Master Thesis: Vision-based Navigation and Reinforcement Learning Path Finding for Social Robots. Slides. UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2010. PhD Thesis: Extending Procrustes Analysis: Building Multi-view 2-D Models from 3-D Human Shape Samples. Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, 2015. Email: xperez (at) andrew (dot) cmu (dot) edu.
Antonio Hernández-Vela Master Thesis: Pose and Face Recovery via Spatio-temporal GrabCut Human Segmentation, Computer Vision Center, 2010. PhD Thesis: From pixels to gestures: learning visual representations for human analysis in color and depth data sequences. Universitat de Barcelona, 2015. Slides. Personal webpage. Email: chesterr66 (at) gmail (dot) com
Miguel Ángel Bautista Master Thesis: Sublinear Evolutionary Design of Error-Correcting Output Codes Best Catalonia Prize by the Catalan Association on Artificial Intelligence. Master presentation slides, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2011. PhD Thesis: Learning Error-Correcting Representations for Multi-Class Problems, Universitat de Barcelona, 2015. Slides. Personal webpage Email: mbautista (at) ub (dot) edu
Gerard Canal Camprodon Master Thesis: Human multi-robot interaction based on gesture recognition. UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona Slides Best Catalonia Prize by the Catalan Association on Artificial Intelligence Email: gcanalcamprodon (at) gmail (dot) com, 2015
Pouya Ahmadmonfared Master Thesis: RGB-D Graph Based Human Body Segmentation for Mattress Recommendation, Computer Vision Center, 2016
Mohammad Ali Bagheri PhD Thesis: Ensemble Learning for Visual Recognition. Dalhousie University, 2016. Slides
Marco Bella Master Thesis: Hybrid CNN+LSTM for Face Recognition in Videos. UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2016. Slides
2016-2017 – Maryam Asadi – PhD research stay
2016-2017 – Oriol Suils – Research assistant
Xavier Serra Master Thesis: Face recognition using Deep Learning, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2017. Slides
Andrei Polzounov Master Thesis: WordFences: Text Localization and Recognition, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2017. Slides
Miguel Reyes Master Thesis: Human Pose Recovery and Behavior Analysis from RGB and Depth Maps, 2011. PhD Thesis: Human Pose Analysis and Gesture Recognition from Depth Maps: Methods and Applications, 2017. Slides. Personal webpage Email: mreyese (at) gmail (dot) com
Víctor Ponce-López Master Thesis: Multi-modal Human Gesture Recognition combining Dynamic Programming and Probabilistic Methods. Presentation slides, 2012. PhD Thesis: Evolutionary Bags of Space-time Features for Human Analysis. 2016. Slides. Personal webpage, Email: vponcelop (at) gmail (dot) com
Frederic Sampedro PhD Thesis: Automatic image quantification strategies in clinical nuclear medicine and neuroradiology. 2017. Presentation slides. Personal webpage, Email: fredsampedro (at) gmail (dot) com
Egils Avots Master Thesis: Garment retexturing using Kinect V2.0, University of Tartu, Robotics and Computer Engineering, 2017. Slides.
Hugo Bertiche Master Thesis: Comparison of motion-based approaches for multi-modal action and gesture recognition from RGB-D, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2017. Slides.
Valentin Ramirez Master Thesis: First Approach on Automated Psychomorphological Analysis Implementation via Computer Vision, Universitat de Barcelona, 2017.
Deividas Skiparis Master Thesis: Semantic face segmentation from video streams in the wild, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2017. Slides.
2017 – Julien Bonnier – Research stay
2017 – Mohamed Llyes – Research stay
2017 – Ruben Ballester – Research assistant
Gonzalo Benito Master Thesis: Comparing classical and deep approaches for face recognition in a smartgym application, CVC-UAB-UPC-UPF, 2017. Slides.
Vicent Roig Master Thesis: Multimodal 2DCNN action recognition from RGB-D Data with Video Summarization, UPC-URV-Universitat de Barcelona, 2017. Slides.
Javier Selva Master Thesis: A Comprehensive Survey on Deep Future Frame Video Prediction, 2018.
Martí Soler Master Thesis: Recovering missing data from human body images, 2018.