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I am a PhD researcher at CMP and WILLOW, an INRIA/ENS project, working under the supervision of Tomas Pajdla, and Josef Sivic. My research focuses on a machine learning and visual localization using a Google Street View data. I also do a research in the Institute of Thermomechanics of Czech Academy of Sciences at Department of Fluid Dynamics. My research there is focused on a vortex pattern detection and novel design of Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) methods for laser tomography and other experimental PIV methods.

I earned my first master degree in 2009 at lovely Chung Hua University, Taiwan R.O.C. in Mechanical Engineereng. My research and thesis were focused on the mathematical model of a plate deflection on an elastic foundation and optical metrology systems. Supervised by Chen Cun-Fu.
    The secong master degree I got in 2010 from Czech Technical University in Prague in Biomedical and Biomechanical Engineering. My thesis was focused on precision 3D computer vision and precision subpixel-level image registration for tissue deformation measurements.