Background and activities
My core research sparks from Visual Computing Techniques for Cultural Heritage Applications. Between 2015 and 2018, I have been working on developing acquisition and processing tools for a Multispectral Reflectance Transformation Imaging setup within the H2020 project, Scan4Reco. In parallel, I have been involved in two COST Actions, namely "Color and Space in Cultural Heritage" and "Archaeological Knowledge Production and Use in the Digital Environment".
I hold a joint MSc diploma in Spectral Sciences and Multimedia Technologies awarded by the 4-university Erasmus Mundus Consortium "Color in Informatics and Media Technology" (2013) and a BSc in Informatics issued by the Faculty of Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics in Bucharest, Romania (2011).
My quintessential research objective is to explore the benefits of imaging systems and computational methods for facilitating the analysis, visualization, understanding and reproduction of cultural heritage materials.
- IDATG2206 - Computer Vision (teaching assistant)
- IDG2004 - Information Structure and Database Systems (lecturer)
- IMT3017 - Computer Vision (teaching assistant)
2019: IMT2261 - Information Structures and Database Systems (lecturer)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2021) Colour-Balanced Edge-Guided Digital Inpainting: Applications on Artworks. Sensors. vol. 21(6) (2091).
- (2019) State-of-the-art in Multi-Light Image Collections for Surface Visualization and Analysis. Computer Graphics Forum. vol. 38 (3).
Part of book/report
- (2021) Fluorescence Transformation Imaging. PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 11784 SPIE OPTICAL METROLOGY.
- (2019) Crack Detection in Single- and Multi-Light Images of Painted Surfaces using Convolutional Neural Networks. Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage.