About Me

I am a PhD student at the 3DUU lab and part of the 3D Geoinformation group at Delft University of Technology , where I work on 3D computer vision. My PhD advisor is Liangliang Nan.

I studied BSc in Computer Engineering at Middle East Technical University and gained MSc in Informatics at the Technical University of Munich. I did my master’s thesis project at the Singapore Changi Airport, it was funded by TUMCREATE. The project goal was to provide a simple and portable solution for measuring airfreight shipments.

Before starting my master’s degree I was working on 3D Vision topics at the Italian Institute of Technology Visual Geometry and Modelling Lab. During my masters, I have also spent time working with Stanford Research Institute spinoff REscan Inc. in 3D reconstruction pipeline.

I am mainly interested in 3D understanding and vision-based navigation topics. My doctoral research investigates learning-based 3D reconstruction and 3D urban scene understanding.

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