Aurela Shehu is a project manager and scientist at the Immersive Media and Communication group in the Vision and Imaging Technologies department. Her R&D activities are related to the following keywords: non-rigid shape analysis, geometry processing.
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Aurela Shehu is a computer scientist and works since January 2017 at Fraunhofer HHI in the team of Immersive Media & Communication group. Aurela is an expert in the fields of signal processing, 3D shape processing and computer vision. During her doctoral studies at Saarland University, Germany, Aurela conducted research in the field of computer vision and computational geometry.
Aurela received her Master Degree on Signal Processing And Communication Systems and her Engineering Diploma from University of Patras, Greece in 2012 and 2009 accordingly.
- Aurela Shehu, J. Yang, J.-S. Franco, F. Hétroy-Wheeler, S. Wuhrer:
Computing temporal alignments of human motion sequences in wide clothing using geodesic patches,
International Conference on 3DVision 2016.
- Aurela Shehu, A. Brunton, S. Wuhrer, M. Wand:
Characterization of Partial Intrinsic Symmetries,
ECCV Workshop on Non-Rigid Shape Analysis and Deformable Image Alignment, 2014.
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