Eric-Tuan Lê

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I am a second year PhD student at the Smart Geometry Processing Group, part of the School of Computer Science at University College London.

I am co-advised by Iasonas Kokkinos and Niloy J. Mitra. My research interests are centered around Deep Learning, Computer Vision and Computer Graphics. The focus of my PhD is on Deep Learning for 3D Point Clouds.

From 2017 to 2018, I worked at Société Générale, as part of the Research Group within the General Inspection. I worked on a wide range of projects there in both Natural Language Processing and in Computer Vision.

I hold two MSc, one in Applied Mathematics from CentraleSupelec, where I graduated with the Highest Honour with the best overall grade of my class and a second one in Machine Learning and Computer Vision (Master MVA) from Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay (formerly called ENS Cachan).

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