Martin R. Oswald
Department of Computer Science
Computer Vision and Geometry Group
CNB G 103.2
+41 (0)44 63 28 377
I am a research assistant at the Computer Vision and Geometry (CVG) Group headed by Prof. Marc Pollefeys.
Before I was working towards my PhD under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Cremers as a member of the Computer Vision Group at Technische Universität München.
Spatio-temporal Multi-view 3D Reconstruction, Single-view Reconstruction, Flow Estimation, Image Segmentation, Variational Methods, Optimization Methods, Probabilistic Methods, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence.
The videos below illustrate research results of their corresponding publications.
Generalized Connectivity Constraints for Spatio-temporal 3D Reconstruction (ECCV 2014)
Surface Normal Integration for Convex Space-time Multi-view Reconstruction (BMVC 2014)
A Convex Relaxation Approach to Space Time Multi-view 3D Reconstruction (ICCV/4DMOD 2013)