Ondrej Chum Associate Professor I am leading a team within the Visual Recognition Group at the Department of Cybernetics,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague.
I received the MSc degree in computer science from Charles University, Prague, in 2001 and the PhD degree
from the Czech Technical University in Prague, in 2005. From 2006 to 2007, I was a postdoctoral researcher
at the Visual Geometry Group, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. My research interests include large-scale
image and particular object retrieval, object recognition, and robust estimation of geometric models.
I am a member of Image and Vision Computing editorial board, and I have served in various roles at major
international conferences (e.g., ICCV, ECCV, CVPR, and BMVC). I co-organize Computer Vision and Sports Summers School
in Prague. I was the recipient of the Best Paper Prize at the British Machine Vision Conference in 2002.
I was awarded the 2012 Outstanding Young Researcher in Image & Vision Computing runner up for researchers
within seven years of their PhD.
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Low dimensional feature maps
Feature maps construction for kernels with low-dimensional compact interval input cast as a convex optimization problem. See our
ICCV 2015 paper for details, Matlab code is available.