Angela Dai is an Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Munich where she leads the 3D Understanding group. Prof. Dai's research focuses on understanding how the 3D world around us can be modeled and semantically understood. Previously, she received her PhD in computer science from Stanford in 2018 and her BSE in computer science from Princeton in 2013. Her research has been recognized through a ZDB Junior Research Group Award, an ACM SIGGRAPH Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Honorable Mention, as well as a Stanford Graduate Fellowship.
My research focuses on understanding 3D environments and how humans interact with them. Previously, I worked on fusing RGB-D data into 3D scene representations in real-time and improving the quality of such reconstructions with various deep learning approaches. I received my MSc in Informatics in the summer of 2019 at TUM and before that, my BSc in Informatics and Multimedia at the University of Augsburg.
Hi! I'm Pablo. My research interests lie on tracking and reconstruction of non-rigidly deforming objects in dynamic environments in a self-supervised manner. I received my Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at TU Munich in 2019, as well as a Master's Degree in Automation and Electronics at TU Madrid, as part of a Double Degree Program.
I am Alexey. I did a Bachelor of Physics and Master of Data Science in Russia at MIPT and Skoltech. There, my research focused on computer vision of satellite imagery. Inspired with 3D computer vision I did an internship at TUM in 2019 where I studied mesh deformation in application to real-world scans. Now I am a Ph.D. student with a focus on understanding of real-world objects and relationships between them.
Hi, I am Yuchen Rao. I am a PhD student at TUM now. My research focuses on 3D object detection and environment understanding in a semi-supervised manner. I worked as a Robotics Software Engineer at the United States for three years. Before that, I received MSc in Robotics in the winter of 2017 at Northwestern University (USA), and my BSc in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at China Agricultural University.
Hello, my name is David! I am happy to start my Ph.D. candidacy at the 3D AI Lab, where I am focusing on the segmentation of long-tail classes for realistic 3D understanding tasks. I received my Bachelor's from TU Budapest and received my Master's through a double degree program in TU Berlin and ELTE Budapest in Autonomous Systems. Previously, I worked on robotics and vehicle localization, then during my masters on augmented reality, SLAM, and real-time semantic reconstruction problems.