PhD Researcher

 

Daniele BONATTO

Biography

Daniele Bonatto received a Master in computational intelligence software engineering in applied sciences from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium, in 2016. He is currently enrolled in a PhD program in real-time 3D computing, jointly between the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, respectively the French and Dutch wing of the Free University of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium. He works on real-time free-viewpoint rendering of natural scenery with sparse multi-camera acquisition setups. Jointly with the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG), Bonatto developed the Reference View Synthesis (RVS) software in 2018, worked on the depth estimation problem and produced several high-density natural scene datasets for static and dynamic content explorations. His current focus is on plenoptic cameras and subaperture view extraction.

Research Topics

PhD Thesis

Cinematic Virtual Reality : Towards Six Degrees-of-Freedom in Natural Scenery

Teaching

  • INFO-H-400 Medical Information Systems
  • INFO-H-500 Image acquisition and processing
  • INFO-H-501 Pattern recognition and image analysis
  • INFO-H-502 Virtual Reality
  • INFO-H-503 GPU/FPGA parallel programming
  • INFO-H-2001 Programmation Orienté Objet
  • INFO-H-100 Informatique
  • TRAN-H-100 Introduction aux sciences appliquées

Publications

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Updated on November 8, 2022