Matti Eskelinen, MSc
MSc is researcher and Ph.D. student at University of
For his Ph.D. thesis, Matti is researching computer vision techniques for augmented reality applications on mobile platforms. His target is to develop high-level computer vision methods to enable visual scene understanding in mobile applications. The resulting scene models should be sufficient for generating useful augmentations in real-world, unprepared environments. The methods should apply equally well to robotics, which is his other area of interest.
His scientific interests include computer vision, artificial intelligence, statistical inference, augmented reality, personal robotics, human-computer interfaces, and cognitive psychology. His long-term research ambition is artificial visual cognition.
Matti is married and the father of two sons. His personal interests include sci-fi (Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Alastair Reynolds, Babylon 5, Battlestar Galactica), music (Jean Michel Jarre, Armin van Buuren, Muse, Coldplay), and philosophy.
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