Orazio Gallo

Orazio Gallo, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist
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I earned a M.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering from “Politecnico di Milano” (Italy) and a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from the University of California at Santa Cruz. After graduating in 2011, I joined NVIDIA Research, where I currently work in the Mobile Visual Computing team.

For a complete list of papers, including those published before joining NVIDIA research, see here.

I regularly serve on the program committees of the top computer vision and computational photography conferences and I am an associate editor of the journal Signal Processing: Image Communication.

Research Interests:

My interests range from computational photography and applied visual perception, to computer vision. I am particularly interested in alternatives to traditional image processing pipelines, new paradigms for capturing and consuming photos (including stack-based photography, see this chapter I recently wrote), and displays that leverage human perception mechanisms to provide a more immersive visual experience.

Stack-Based Algorithms for HDR Capture and Reconstruction
Simulating the Visual Experience of Very Bright and Very Dark Scenes
Locally Non-rigid Registration for Mobile HDR Photography
Retrieving Gray-Level Information from a Binary Sensor and its Application to Gesture Detection
FlexISP: A Flexible Camera Image Processing Framework
Dynamic Image Stacks
HDR Deghosting: How to Deal with Saturation?
Exposure Stacks for Live Scenes with Hand-held Cameras
Metering for Exposure Stacks