I am an assistant professor at University of Toronto.
I did my postdoc with Prof. Sven Dickinson at University of Toronto. I finished my PhD in 2010 at University of Ljubljana in the group of Prof. Ales Leonardis. In 2010, I was visiting
Prof. Trevor Darrell's group at the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) as well as at UC Berkeley. In 2012/2013 I was a research assistant professor at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago.
My main research interests are object detection, particularly scalable multi-class detection, 3D object recognition and detection, object and scene segmentation, and (3D) scene understanding. I am also interested in the interplay between language and vision: generating sentential descriptions from complex scenes, as well as using sentential descriptions for better scene parsing (for example, in the scenario of the human-robot interaction).
Past visiting students (all with Raquel Urtasun):
|March 30, 2014||   We released code & data for our ICCV'13 paper on symmetry.|
|March 1, 2014||   Five papers accepted at CVPR 2014.|
|Feb 10, 2014||   We released code & data for our ICCV'13 RGBD detection paper.|
|Jan 3, 2014||   We released code and data for our CVPR'12 paper on holistic|
|   scene understanding.|
|Dec 2, 2013||   I released a collection of CAD models accompanying our NIPS'12|
|   paper on 3D object detection.|
|Dec 1, 2013||   We released data for our CVPR'13 paper on segDPM.|
|Nov 10, 2013||   I will be taking students at University of Toronto, working in the|
|   domain of 3D scene understanding.|
|Nov 10, 2013||   Moving to University of Toronto in Jan 2014.|
|Sept 12, 2013||   Talk at Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.|
|Sept 9, 2013||   Talk at MPI Tübingen, Perceiving Systems|
|Sept 6-9, 2013||   Visiting Prof. Michael Black's department at MPI Tübingen|
|Sept 4, 2013||   Oral and two posters accepted at ICCV 2013|
|June, 2013||   CVPR'13 publication chair and organizer of poster spotlights|
|May 30, 2013||   Visiting dr. Chris Geyer at iRobot|
|May, 2013||   Visiting Prof. Antonio Torralba at MIT|
|March 1, 2013||   Three posters accepted at CVPR 2013|