About Me

I am a scientific assistant at ETH Zürich’s EcoVision Lab, which is a part of the Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (PRS) Group. I currently work under the supervision of Konrad Schindler and Jan Dirk Wegner. My central topic of research is the mapping of snow depth in the Swiss alps with high spatial and temporal resolution using remote sensing data sources in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) and ExoLabs, and I also explore other lines of research in the intersection of computer vision, machine learning, and remote sensing.

I have previously completed my PhD studies at ONERA (DTIS/IVA) and Télécom Paris (LTCI/IMAGES) under the supervision of Bertrand Le Saux, Alexandre Boulch, and Yann Gousseau. During this time, I was also associated with Institut Polytechnique de Paris and Université Paris-Saclay. My thesis explored the usage of convolutional neural networks for change detection and related data quality problems, such as label noise and domain shifts.

My main areas of research are computer vision and machine learning, especially their applications to remote sensing. I have also worked with medical imaging, compressed sensing, light-field photography, digital sound processing, microelectronics, and robotics.