After receiving my PhD in Applied Mathematics at Sapienza - University of Rome, I pursued my academic career at Technion, Italian Institute of Technology, University of Bologna and University of Cambridge as a Marie Curie fellow.
I am currently a Senior Research Scientist at the Cambridge Research Laboratory of Toshiba Europe.
Most of my research activities focus on several problems in the computer vision and image processing fields, mainly on 3D shape recovery and image restoration. In my research projects, I follow an interdisciplinary approach, combining physics, mathematics, computer science and engineering.
Modeling is achieved by parameterizing physical phenomena through non-linear Partial Differential Equations where theoretical analysis aims to proving well-posedness. On the other hand, numerical approximation is achieved by using finite differences and semi-Lagrangian schemes as well as optimization algorithms. At last, numerical solvers and acquisition data methods are then set side by side for prototyping purposes.
Research topics and projects
Deep Learning for
3D Photometric Stereo Reconstructions
3D Photometric Stereo Reconstruction using Image Ratio
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Computer Vision Group - Toshiba Europe