Curriculum Vitae


Ph.D. Center for Machine Perception (CMP), Department of Cybernetics (awarded Center of Excellence by European Commission), Czech Technical University in Prague, 2001-2004.
Doctoral thesis: Two-view geometry of omnidirectional cameras (pdf).
Advisors: Prof. V. Hlavac (CMP)
Dr. T. Pajdla (CMP)
Referees: Prof. W. Kropatsch (Vienna University of Technology)
Dr. A. Fitzgibbon (University of Oxford)
Dr. P. Sturm (INRIA, France)
M.Sc. & B.Sc.
(with honours)
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (FEI), Slovak University of Technology (STU), Bratislava, 1995-2001.
Master thesis: Using camera for navigation of a mobile robot in area with obstacles - mobile robot SID.


2007 - 2009 Research scholar on the NSF project - Visual Navigation. George Mason University. Visiting Stanford University.
Objective: 3D reconstruction, localizing and remembering by appearance-based attention natural landmarks in human made environments.
2004 - 2007 PostDoc research fellow in the European Union Network of Excellence MUSCLE and in the Austria Science Fundation Project SESAME. Vienna University of Technology.
Objective: extraction of semantic information from images and videos
2002 - 2004 Research fellow in the European Union Project BeNoGo . Czech Technical University.
Objective: new recording and visualisation technologies in virtual presence
2001 - 2002 Research fellow in the European Union Project OMNIVIEWS . Czech Technical University.
Objective: new omnidirectional camera design for surveillance, mobile robot and vehicle navigation
1998 - 2001 Part-time C++ programmer at private companies.


&bull Member of the Austrian Association of Pattern Recognition (AAPR).
&bull Member of the Program Committees at:
- the IEEE Conf. on Comp. Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2006, 2007, 2008
- the European Conf. on Computer Vision (ECCV), 2008
- the Asian Conf. on Computer Vision (ACCV), 2006, 2007
- the IEEE International Conf. on Computer Vision (ICCV), 2005