BALLESTER NICOLAU, COLOMA
Since 1999 Coloma Ballester is an Associate Professor (TU) of Applied Mathematics at our Department. She obtained a degree in Mathematics at the U. Autònoma de Barcelona, a Master "Mathématiques Appliquées à l'Ingénierie" at the U. Paris-IX in 1992 and a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the U. Illes Balears in 1995. After her Ph.D., she worked at UIB until 1997, and at the CNRS at IHP in Paris in 1998. As of May 2019, she has authored more than 55 peer-reviewed international publications including 28 high impact-factor journal articles, 2 review articles, 27 articles in peer-reviewed international conferences, several best paper awards, and a few non refereed publications. These articles have received, as of May 2019, more than 6000 citations in google scholar. Her research interests include image processing and computer vision. She is currently interested in image and video analysis, geometric and semantic understanding of the dynamic content of videos, semantic analysis of multimodal data, data comparison, occlusions and motion estimation, scene flow estimation, film post-production algorithms, geometric models, variational models, nonlocal methods, unsupervised learning approaches, and in general in both model-based and data-driven strategies for image processing and computer vision.
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