Research Assistant

Ph.D. Candidate

Nuremberg Institute of Technology

Faculty of Computer Science

Hohfederstrasse 40,

Room: HQ.212

Nuremberg, Germany

I am a Research Assistant in the Game Tech Lab at the Nuremberg Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Würzburg under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Bartosz von Rymon Lipinski (Game Tech Lab, Nuremberg Institute of Technology) and Prof. Dr. Marc Erich Latoschik (Human Computer Interaction Group, University of Würzburg). With my cooperative doctorate, I am a member of the Bavarian Academic Forum (BayWISS Joint Academic Partnership Digitalisation).

My research interests are in image-based computer graphics and visual computing. My current research focuses on (a) the preprocessing and real-time visualization of interactive, image-based 3D and VR scenes to render photorealistic, spacious environments (e.g. within traditional games engineering or in the context of industry 4.0, see our current joint research project), and (b) computer vision problems related to image-based modeling and rendering.

I received my B.Sc. in Computer Science in 2016 and my M.Sc. in Computer Science with the focus on (alternative) 3D real-time rendering methods in 2018, both at the Nuremberg Institute of Technology.


Mar 20, 2024 Poster Paper accepted to Eurographics

Our paper “Dense 3D Gaussian Splatting Initialization for Sparse Image Data", accompanied by a poster, was accepted for publication at the Eurographics Conference (EG) 2024.
Feb 28, 2024 Paper accepted to CVPR

Our paper “Hierarchical Histogram Threshold Segmentation – Auto-terminating High-detail Oversegmentation" was accepted for publication at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR) 2024.
Dec 21, 2023 Blog Updates

Project overviews of all our publications from 2023 are now available on my blog.
Oct 14, 2023 Scientific communication event

We will be presenting the current results of our research project 'iDZ-2025' at the "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft (Erlangen, Fürth, Nuremberg)" on October 21, 2013. You can find us at Keßlerplatz 12, Nuremberg, in room KA.440 from 5 pm to midnight!
Aug 11, 2023 Paper accepted to GCPR

Our paper “Parallax-aware Image Stitching based on Homographic Decomposition" was accepted for publication at the German Conference on Pattern Recognition (GCPR) 2023.
Aug 1, 2023 Paper accepted to ICIP

Our paper “DFM4SfM - Dense Feature Matching for Structure from Motion" was accepted at the International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) 2023 in the "Workshop on 3D Computer Vision and Photogrammetry".
Jun 20, 2023 Paper accepted to CGI

Our paper “Multidimensional Image Morphing – Fast Image-based Rendering of Open 3D and VR Environments" was accepted at the Computer Graphics International 2023 (CGI) for publication in the Virtual Reality & Intellegent Hardware (VRIH) Journal.
Apr 28, 2023 Funding proposal accepted

Our “BMBF: KMU-innovativ” full funding proposal with the title “iDZ-2025: Interactive Photorealistic Digital Twin for Buildings and Facilities” was offical approved. Our research project starts on 01.05.2023!
Feb 14, 2022 Paper accepted by IEEE Access

Our paper “Dense Feature Matching Based on Homographic Decomposition” was accepted for publication in the IEEE Access Journal.

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