I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the V-Sense research project, working with Professor Aljosa Smolic in Trinity College Dublin. I am also a member of the Graphics Vision and Visualization (GV2) group in the School of Computer Science and Statistics. I received my undergraduate degree in Pure Mathematics and Statistics from Maynooth University, and my masters degree in Interactive Entertainment Technology, from Trinity College Dublin. I also completed my PhD in Trinity College Dublin, in the areas of colour transfer and shape registration using functional data representations.
My research interests lie at the intersection between computer vision, computer graphics and mathematics and include image processing, colour and style transfer, shape registration, 3D reconstruction, and functional analysis.
Colour Correction for Stereoscopic Omnidirectional Images
S.Crocis, M. Grogan, S. Knorr, A. Smolic IMVIP 2018 , Aug 2018
IDT Vs L2 Distance for Point Set Registration
H. Alghamdi, M. Grogan and R. Dahyot, book of proceedings of the Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing conference(IMVIP), Maynooth University Aug 2017
Recent techniques for (re)colouring
M. Grogan, J. Carvalho and R. Dahyot, book of proceedings of the Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing conference(IMVIP), Galway, August 25-26 2016
Colour Transfer and Shape Registration using Functional Data Representations
Ph.D Thesis, Sept 2016
Mesh from Depth images_webpage Using GR2T
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