I received my PhD from the Image Processing Group (GPI) at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, under the supervision of Xavier Giró-i-Nieto and Ferran Marqués. Over the course of my PhD, I interned at the National Institute of Informatics, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at Facebook AI Research in 2015, 2016 and 2018, respectively. Since December 2019, I am a Computer Vision Scientist at Amazon Berlin.
December 2019-Present: Computer Vision Scientist at Amazon Berlin.
2013-2014: MSc in Computer Vision. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
2009-2013: BSc in Audiovisual Systems Engineering. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.
March 2021: Our paper Revamping cross-modal recipe retrieval with hierarchical Transformers and self-supervised learning was accepted in CVPR 2021.
February 2020: I am one of the organizers of the Women in Computer Vision Workshop, to be held in conjunction with ECCV 2020 in Glasgow, UK.
December 2019: I joined the Computer Vision Team at Amazon Berlin.
July 2019: Our paper Recipe1M+: A Dataset for Learning Cross-Modal Embeddings for Cooking Recipes and Food Images was accepted in TPAMI 2019.
June 2019: I gave a talk at the 4th Summer School on Deep Learning for Computer Vision at UPC Barcelona. Slides here.
June 2019: I defended my Phd thesis, titled Computer Vision beyond the visible: Image understanding through language. Committee: Joost van der Weijer (CVC-UAB), Agata Lapedriza (UOC), Jasper Uijlings (Google AI), Laura Leal-Taixé (TUM), Javier Ruiz (UPC). Slides here.
June 2019: We received the best paper award at the CVPR 2019 DeepVision workshop for the paper Budget-aware Semi-Supervised Semantic and Instance Segmentation.
May 2019: Our paper on semi-supervised segmentation was accepted in CVPR-W DeepVision Workshop 2019.