Outline of the CV:


Education


Research positions and experiences


Lecturing experiences


Awards, grants


Publications

See the full publication list here (with the papers, demos), or in the MTA KPA database (including citation statistics). You may also check my Google Scholar and Scopus profiles.


Invited Seminars

    • University of Sydney, Australian Centre for Field Robotics, Sydney, Australia, September 2012, seminar title: "Integrated 4D - Creating reality based virtual worlds"

    • CSIRO Sydney (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation), Sydney, Australia, September 2012, seminar title: "Object detection with Marked Point Processes"

    • University of Szeged, Hungary (invited by Zoltan Kato),

      • in 2013, with title: "A Lidar-based 4D scene reconstruction system",
      • in 2012, with title: "Object Modeling with Marked Point Processes in 2D and 3D",
      • in 2010 with title "Joint Stochastic Approach of Building Extraction and Change Detection"
    • University of the German Armed Forces Munich, Germany, title: "Automatic analysis of urban environments based on aerial and terrestrial LIDAR measurements", Munkich, Germany, October 2011

    • DLR Germany (German Aerospace Center), title:"Building Development Monitoring in Multitemporal Remotely Sensed Image Pairs", Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, October 2011

    • Florida State University, Department of Statistics, Tallahassee, Florida, USA, title: "Change Detection in Optical Aerial Images by a Multi-Layer Conditional Mixed Markov Model", at the, 16 December 2008 (invited by Prof. Anuj Srivastava)

    • INRIA Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée, France

      • in Jan. 2014/b, with title: "An Integrated 4D Vision and Visualization System" (Titane project team)
      • in Jan. 2014/a, with title: "An Embedded Marked Point Process Framework for Multilevel Object Population Analysis" (Ayin project team)
      • in Nov. 2007, with title: "Novel Markovian Change Detection Models in Computer Vision" (Orion/STARS project team)
      • in Jan. 2007, with title: "Multi-Layer MRFs in Change detection" (Ariana project team)
      • in 2006, with title:"Markovian Approach on Foreground-Background-Shadow Segmentation of Video Images"
    • Ramon Llull University, Barcelona,"Markovian Approaches on Different Change Detection Problems", (invited by Xavier Vilasis-Cardona)


Selected academic and industrial collaborations


Participation in Research Projects


Further professional activities

    • Member of the steering comittee of the Hungarian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society (KÉPAF), elected in 2013 (member of the society since 2004).

    • Associate Editor of the IEEE Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter since May 2014.

    • Reviewer for scientific journals and conferences: IEEE Trans. on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Trans. on Image Processing, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Trans. on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, ISPRS Journal of Photometry and Remote Sensing, Elsevier Digital Signal Processing, International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, Pattern Recognition Letters, IEEE International Conference on Image Processing etc.

    • Hungarian national representative in the European Association for Biometrics (EAB), since 2015

    • Various Public Relation (PR) activities regarding the research work conducted in MTA SZTAKI (visit our Press page)

    • Participant in writing national and international project proposals, and patents, organizing collaborations: since 2006

    • Member of IEEE (2004-2007 Student Member, 2010- Member)


Skills

    • Languages: Hungarian (native), English (fluent), German (intermediate), French (basic)

    • Computer Skills: C, C++, Visual C++, Matlab, Java, LaTeX, HTML, LabView, Beamer

    • Research keywords: mathematical modeling, Bayesian models, hierarchical scene analysis, stochastic optimization, change detection, object recognition, 3D/4D reconstruction

    • Special libraries used in scientific programming: OpenCV, PCL, OpenGL, GSL, etc.

    • Others: driving license, playing violin, hiking, swimming, ultimate freesbee