Hi, Welcome to my homepage!!!
I am a research assistant and doctoral student in the Computer Vision Research Group, University of Bonn, Germany. I am supervised by Prof. Dr. Juergen Gall. Previously, I completed my M.Sc. degree (with distinction) in Information Technology with majors in Image and Video Signal Processing from Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland. Along with my master's studies, I also worked at Nokia Research Center (NRC) as External Computer Vision Researcher.
In addition, I worked as a Research Associate at Computer Vision Research Group (COMVis), COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT), Pakistan. I also completed my Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering from CIIT.
Research Interests: Computer Vision, Deep Learning, human pose estimation, object detection and recognition, action recognition, face recognition, person re-identification, multi-target tracking
I will spend next six months as Research Intern in Jan Kautz's lab at Nvidia Research.
Evaluation server for PoseTrack challenge is now open. All the best to all participants.
Pre-release of PoseTrack dataset is available now. Grab your copy here.
Webpage for PoseTrack Challenge is down as we are moving our website to a new server. Apologies for the downtime. Will be accessible again soon.
The extended version of our CVPR-2016 paper on 3D human pose estimation is available. [arXiv].
Webpage for PoseTrack Challenge is up!
We are organizing the PoseTrack Challenge on Human Pose Estimation and Tracking in the Wild at ICCV-2017. Stay tuned at http://www.posetrack.net for more info!!
Our paper on Multi-Person Pose Estimation and Tracking accepted to CVPR-2017, arXiv. Source code, models, and dataset coming Soon...
Our paper on action conditioned human pose estimation accepted to FG-2017, arXiv. Project Page (Coming Soon).
A paper on multi-person pose tracking is available on arXiv.
A paper on multi-person human pose estimation accepted to ECCV, Workshop on Crowd Understanding, 2016. Project Page.
A paper on action conditioned human pose estimation is available on arXiv.
A paper on 3D human pose estimation accepted to CVPR 2016!
Project page is up.
Starting doctoral studies at the Computer Vision Research Group (Prof. Dr. Juergen Gall), University of Bonn, Germany