I am an assistant professor at the University of Wrocław where I teach subjects related to computer graphics, computer vision, and computational photography. My research interests include photogrammetry, 3D filming, rendering, and computational cinematography.
I was born in Zaragoza, a middle-sized city in the north-east of Spain, where I studied Computer Engineering. I spent my last year at the University of Glasgow, funded by the Erasmus program, carrying out my fourth-year project under the supervision of Jean-Christopher Nebel (now working as a lecturer at Kingston University London).
In 2003 I started the master’s degree program at the University of Zaragoza, where I completed the degree of computer engineering. In 2006,I wrote my master thesis under the supervision of Diego Gutiérrez at GIGA (Grupo de Informática Gráfica Avanzada). During my last year at the University of Zaragoza, I was awarded a collaboration grant given by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science and also worked as an intern engineer for Telefónica I+D in the AMIGO Project, funded by the European Framework Programme. Telefónica I+D is the largest private R&D company in Spain, in terms of activity and funding, and the largest on the continent in the ICT sector in terms of participation in European research projects.
In September 2006 I was awarded an EPSRC scholarship and moved to Manchester, U.K., to join the Advanced Interfaces Group, part of the Computer Science school at The University of Manchester, to start my PhD. I worked under the supervision of Roger J. Hubbold and Mashhuda Glencross on the UK-EPSRC funded project DAEDALUS. In March 2011 I was awarded the degree of PhD in Computer Science.
In 2010 I started working for Pismo Software holding a research and development position, consulting on Computer Graphics techniques for video games.
In August 2011 I became a member of the research team at the Vision Imaging and Autonomous Systems (VAIS) group at Loughborough University U.K., where I was a post-doctoral researcher working on a UK EPSRC KTA project funded in a collaboration with The Foundry Visionmongers Limited.
I moved to Poland at the beginning of 2013 and started working at the Center of Audiovisual Technology (CeTA) as part of the technology team, directed by the Oscar winner Zbigniew Rybczyński. During this time, I was also lucky enough to participate in the production of the movie Loving Vincent, directed by Dorota Kobiela and produced by the also Oscar winner, Hugh Welchman.
Late in 2015, I started at my current position as an assistant professor at the University of Wrocław.