Sinisa Segvic was born in 1971 in Split, Croatia. He completed elementary school and high school in Zadar, Croatia, with one year abroad in Milano, Italy (1985-86). He received the BS degree in electrical engineering (9 semesters) in 1996, from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. From 1996 to 2005, he has been employed at the Department of Electronics, Microlelectronics, Computer and Intelligent Systems of the same Faculty, as a teaching assistant. From june 2006, he is employed at the same faculty as an assistant professor.
Sinisa Segvic participated in several national research projects (2 Croatian and 1 french), one Croatian national technology project and was a leader of an another technology project. He received MS (2000) and PhD (2004) degrees in computer science from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. In 2005, he started a one-year postdoc position at IRISA, Rennes, France, in the field of appearance-based navigation by monocular computer vision. In 2006, he starts a one-year postdoc position at TU Graz, Austria, in the field of monocular simultaneous localization and mapping, funded by a Marie Curie international incoming fellowship.
His research and professional interests include 3D, active and distributed computer vision, especially in the context of the localization and mapping for navigation purposes. He is also interested in image processing, software engineering, and generic and object oriented programming. He is the author or co-author of several papers published in international conference proceedings and reviewed scientific journals.
Sinisa Segvic speaks english and italian very well, and has basic communication skills in french. He is married and has three children. He is a member of IEEE.
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