I am a PhD student in the Perceptual User Interfaces group since March 2015. I am co-supervised by Dr. Mario Fritz (Scalable Learning and Perception group).
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I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (bioelectrics) from Islamic Azad University of Mashhad (2009-2012). I completed my master study in Visual Computing at Saarland university (2012-2014).
My research interests are at the intersection of human-Computer Interaction, computer vision, and machine learning. My goal is to develop intelligent systems that can assist users during visual search. Visual behavior is closely linked to the user’s task when looking at a visual scene (Yarbus 1967). Consequently, I use gaze information to understand the user’s search behavior and infer their visual search target. For this aim, I develop and apply the state of the art techniques in computer vision and machine learning in combination with user’s gaze. I would like to create intelligent systems that can assist the user’s to find their search target in stationary scenarios (e.g. using their laptop) to the extreme outdoor setting (e.g. using mobile eye tracker).
Integration of Direct and Gradient based methods for Focus Fusion. M.Sc. Thesis in Visual Computing, 2014.
arXiv:1611.10162 , 2016.
Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2015), pp. 981-990, 2015.