Devis Tuia Personal Homepage
Department of Geography
University of Zurich - Switzerland
I was born in Mendrisio, in the Italian part of Switzerland and completed my studies there. I then moved from my home town for university and landed in Lausanne, Switzerland... Licence in Geography at the University of Lausanne, master of advanced studies in Environmental engineering at the EPFL and back for the PhD at the University of Lausanne, that's what I did.
My licence thesis was about building a GIS prototype to optimize the heat distribution from a waste-to-energy facility in Lausanne. For the master thesis, I moved to Chile, South America, for a joint project between the EMPA and the Universidad de Chile, aiming at the estimation of road traffic emissions with an emission model linked with GIS. Last but not least, I worked for my PhD on a Swiss National Foundation project about clustering and classification of remotely sensed urban areas. The work focused principally on active and semi-supervised learning using kernel methods. After the PhD I moved on with a Postdoc about structured outputs classification and active learning ointly hosted by the Image Processing Laboratory of the University of València (Spain) and the Aerospace Engineering Faculty of the University of Colorado at Boulder (USA). I then worked as a research associate at the LaSIG laboratory of the EPFL on a project named: "Understanding the underlying structure of remote sensing images: improving adaptation in classification models with artificial intelligence techniques" [WEB]. The project principally dealt with manifold description of high dimensional remote sensing data and adaptation of data processing models.
At present, I am assistant professor at the University of Zurich, Switzerland at the Department of Geography. My lab, works on problems of multisensorial data fusion for remote sensing data processing, or more precisely, on Multimodal Remote Sensing. It is associated with the Remote Sensing Laboratories, where we add to the large expertise in imaging spectroscopy, lidar, sar, ecological modelling, forestry, water studies, and everything else you can think of using remote sensing for! It is also associated with the Institute of Computational Sciences of UZH, since we like to mine big data!
I am currently serving serve as a guest Editor in the Journal of the ISPRS: check our special issue on "Geospatial Computer Vision"
I am chair of the Image Analysis and Data Fusion Technical Committee of the IEEE-GRSS. If you are into data fusion in remote sensing, get in touch!
Here is the list of my publications
My Google Scholar citation page here
Some codes that may be useful here
- Michele Volpi [Web] (University of Edinburgh).
- Gustavo Camps-Valls [Web], Jesus Malo [Web] and Jordi Muñoz-Marí [Web] (University of Valencia, Spain).
- Nicolas Courty [Web], IRISA (France).
- Rémi Flamary [Web] (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis).
- Alain Rakotomamonjy [Web] (INSA Rouen, France).
- Jocelyn Chanussot [Web] and Mauro Dalla Mura (GIPSA lab, Grenoble Institute of Technology).
- Fabio Pacifici [Web] (Digital Globe, Longmont CO, USA).
- Clément Mallet [Web], IGN Paris, France.
- Gabriele Moser [Web], University of Genoa, Italy.
- Michele Volpi [Web] (University of Zurich)
- Frank de Morsier [Web] (Picterra)
- Giona Matasci [Web] (University of British Columbia)
- Timothée Produit (EPFL) [Web]
- Here is my Flickr page, for those who love photography
- I love to travel everywhere around the world! Any tips on wonderful locations are always welcome!
- I also am mad about diving. The underwater world rocks.