I am a PHD student working with Professor Otmar Hilliges at ETH Zurich.
I received my Diploma in Physics from the University of Heidelberg with a focus on image processing and unsupervised identification of biological cells. Before joining the
Advanced Interactive Technologies Lab I worked on numerical and distributed simulations of stochastic systems within the D-BSSE at ETH Zurich.
Research InterestsMy interest is broadly based in computer vision and perception for robotics. I am currently working on the following projects:
- Optimized fligh-plans for efficient and resource-constrained 3D reconstruction in urban environments.
- Learning utility functions and policies for 3D reconstruction and exploration.
- Modality transfer between real and synthetic environments to facilitate abundant synthetic training data.
- Visual Computing (D-INFK) — HS2017
- Parallel Programming (D-INFK) — SS2016
- Linear Algebra (D-INFK) — HS2015
DefSense: Computational Design of Customized Deformable Input Devices
Molecular noise improves entrainment of biological oscillators in a population context
Adaptive Hybrid Simulations for Multiscale Stochastic Reaction Networks
InstituteEuropean Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany
UniversityUniversity of Heidelberg