I work as a PhD student at the "Robotics and Perception Group" led by Prof. Dr. Davide Scaramuzza at the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich. My research focuses on high-speed and high-dynamic range visual perception using Event Cameras and aims at bringing these sensors closer to the research community. To do so, I am employing deep-learning and model-based approaches to leverage the outstanding properties of event cameras with data-driven techniques. I completed my masters in mechanical engineering at ETH Zurich and during my master thesis I worked on developing EKLT, asynchronous phototometric feature tracker using events and frames, for which I received the ETH medal, awarded for the best Master Thesis. Previously, I gained expertise in artificial intelligence when working at "F&P Personal Robotics" where I was in charge of enabling context-aware task planning for a robotic manipulator.
PhD student with Prof. Dr. Davide Scaramuzza in the Robotics and Perception Group at University of Zurich and ETH Zurich.Aug. 2018
Research assistant at the Robotics and Perception Group, working on novel algorithms for Event Cameras.Mai-Aug 2018
Graduation from ETH Zurich with a MSc in Mechanical Engineering under the tuition of Prof. Dr. Roland Siegwart where I was awarded the Willi Studer Prize for the best Grade Point Average of 6.00 (out of 6.00) and the ETH medal for best Master Thesis.Feb. 2016 - Apr. 2018
Intership and part-time job at F&P Personal Robotics as a software developer on artificial intelligence and context management for service robotics.Aug. 2017 - Apr. 2018
Graduation from ETH Zurich with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering.Sep. 2012 - Jul. 2015
Teaching assistant, directing exercise lessons for the D-MATH department at ETH Zurich, in Calculus and Linear Algebra.Sep. 2014 - Sep. 2015