I'm a Ghent based computer science engineer and PhD candidate in 3D computer vision with a strong interest in artificial intelligence, augmented reality and autonomous vehicles. Let's start scrolling and learn more about me.
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A list of all publications for which I am first author.
Course information and master thesis topics.
I take care of the projects of the course computer graphics, which is lectured by prof. Aleksandra Pizurica. The assignments supervised by me are about OpenGL programming and have a focus on space partitioning algorithms.
I assist the practical exercise sessions of the course information technology and data processing, which is lectured by prof. Sofie Verbrugge and dr. Jan Aelterman. The students are taught on how to query a relational database by means of the SQL query language.
You can find a list of (co-)supervised thesis topics below.
A list of new master thesis topics is listed below.
Below you can find some personal information about me.
I was born in Tielt, Belgium on June 22, 1990. I attended De Bron secondary school in Tielt, studying Science and Mathematics. In 2008 I went to Ghent University to start my studies on computer science and I graduated as a Master of Science in computer science engineering in June 2013. From January 2014, I'm working as a PhD student at the Image Processing and Interpretation research group of Ghent university.
Image Processing and Interpretation research group
Department of Telecommunications and Information Processing
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