I am a first-year PhD student at Computer Vision and Machine Learning department at Max Planck Institute for Informatics supervised by Prof. Bernt Schiele. My research interests focus on video understanding including unsupervised and semi-supervised learning of efficient representations using multiple modalities.
Previously, I spent half a year at WILLOW team in Inria Paris working on my master thesis on multi-modal understanding of social human behavior from movies under the supervision of Makarand Tapaswi and Ivan Laptev. During my master study at Uni Bonn, I was working as a research assistant on unsupervised video segmentation project at the Computer Vision Group under the supervision of Hilde Kuehne and Prof. Jürgen Gall.
MSc in Computer Science, 01/2020
Bonn University, Germany
BSc in Computer Science, 06/2017
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Coorganizing the WiCV workshop in conjunction with ECCV 2020 in Glasgow, UK
01/2020: Talk at Abhinav Gupta’s group at CMU in Pittsburgh, USA
11/2019: Talk at WILLOW-ENPC-Berkeley Workshop on Vision and Robotics in Paris, France
09/2019: Poster at BMVA symposium on Video Understanding in London, UK
06/2019: Poster at WiCV workshop in conjunction with CVPR 2019 in Long Beach, USA