eccv 2010



Emanuele Rodolà

Intelligent Systems and Informatics Lab
The University of Tokyo
Room# 622 Eng.Bldg.6
7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113-8656

E-mail: rodola at isi dot imi dot i dot u-tokyo dot ac dot jp

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Dr. Emanuele Rodolà was born in 1984 in Rome. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. summa cum laude in Computer System Engineering from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in 2006 and 2008, where he also received the academic merit award in 2007 and the Sebastiano e Rita Raeli Award for Outstanding Academic Accomplishments in 2008. Following graduation he attended the 8th Summer School on Scientific Visualization and Interactive 3D Graphics at CINECA, Bologna, and the Machine Vision School VISMAC 2008 at the University of Pavia. He moved to Venice in 2009, where he received the Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at Università Ca' Foscari in 2011 under the supervision of Dr. Andrea Torsello. His research interests include 3D reconstruction, matching, shape analysis and applications of Computer Vision. During his doctoral studies he spent a visiting research period at Tel Aviv University under the supervision of Prof. Alex Bronstein. His work as a Ph.D. student has been awarded the Nvidia Best Student Paper Award at the 5th Intl. Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission (3DPVT), Paris 2010, the Award for Best Research Work in the Scientific Area at Università Ca' Foscari in 2011, and has been featured by the national Italian television (RAI - Cose dell'altro Geo) in 2012. He has been technologist and scientist for a vision technology startup in Venice during 2008-2011 and, starting May 2012, is a JSPS Research Fellow at The University of Tokyo, Intelligent Systems and Informatics Lab.

Program Committee member for: CVPR 2013, ECCV 2012, CVPR 2012, ICCV 2011, CVPR 2011.

Current Research:

  • Regularized non-rigid matching
  • Variable selection and dimensionality reduction
  • Robust object recognition

My Erdös number is 4 (via 1. Jagota - 2. Pelillo - 3. Rota Bulò).

Teaching, invited talks and other:

01 August 2012
ISI Lab talk at the University of Tokyo: "Dense and Regularized Non-rigid Shape Matching".

06 June 2012
ISI Lab talk at the University of Tokyo: "Stable Feature Selection for Metric Learning.".

30 May 2012
Invited talk at the University of Tokyo: "Shape Matching: A Game-Theoretic Perspective". The slides are available here.

12 March 2012
Defense talk at PhD Day, Venice: "Sparse and Robust Matching Problem for 3D Shape Analysis".

28 February 2012
Invited talk at University of Rome "La Sapienza", Dept. of Mathematics: "A Game-Theoretic Approach to Deformable Shape Matching".

30 November 2011
Poster and demo presentation at Ca' Foscari Doctoral School Opening Day (Venice): "Metodi e Tecnologie Innovative per la Visione Artificiale". The poster is available here (in Italian).

13 April 2011
Seminar at the Department of Computer Science, Università Ca' Foscari (Venice): "A Game-Theoretic Perspective on Registration and Recognition of 3D Shapes". The slides are available here.

11 May 2010
Seminar within the Computer Vision course (Computer Science graduate), Università Ca' Foscari (Venice): "Structured Light 3D Reconstruction - Reconstruction pipeline and industrial applications". The slides are available here. The main course is held by Samuel Rota Bulò.

22 October 2009
Poster presentation at Eurographics Italian Chapter (Verona): "Fast 3D Surface Reconstruction by Unambiguous Compound Phase Coding".

2009 - 1st semester
TA classes for the Discrete Mathematics course (Computer Science undergraduate) at Università Ca' Foscari (Venice) under the guidance of Prof. Giorgio Busetto.

Other Interests:

I'm currently interested in the videogame and entertainment industry. I've been an electronic musician (Purusha), ran a netlabel for 10 years (Ogredung), wrote music and games reviews (HardcoreGaming101), held a radio program focused on electronic music.