I am a PhD student at ETH Zurich in the EcoVision Lab, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Group under the supervision of Prof. Jan Wegner and Prof. Konrad Schindler. My research interests are super-resolution, depth upsampling/completion, fine-grained classification, biodiversity monitoring, and environmental data.
After completing my master studies, I joined the Machine Learning and Optimisation Lab at EPFL to work on a project which aim was to create an algorithm that could help clinicians better predict the causes of pediatric fever in Africa. Following this experience, I decided to continue to focus my research on using Machine Learning to tackle important global issues. My main work at EcoVision is on estimating biodiversity in Switzerland using satellite images.