I am co-founder and CEO of Lemnis Technologies, a deep tech startup based in Singapore. We tackle the fundamental causes of Virtual Reality discomfort, and in particular the vergence-accommodation conflict. We strive to make Virtual/Augmented Reality viable as the next computing platform, by enabling prolonged use of VR with applications beyond gaming and entertainment.

    My previous research in Computer Vision and Computer Graphics focused on understanding and manipulating scene appearance. In particular, I have developed methods for separating material colors from the effects of the illumination in a photograph (TVCG 2013, ICCV 2015, TOG 2015), for transferring lighting across images of a photo collection (SIGGRAPH Asia 2012), and for recognizing and editing high-level scene properties in photographs of outdoor scenes (SIGGRAPH 2014).

    I was previously a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zürich (Switzerland) from March 2014 to September 2016, with Markus Gross at CGL, and a visiting researcher at the BeingThere Centre at NTU Singapore. I was a postdoctoral researcher at Brown University, working with James Hays from November 2012 to February 2014. I did my Ph.D. in the REVES team at Inria Sophia-Antipolis (France), under the supervision of George Drettakis and Adrien Bousseau. I defended my thesis entitled "Intrinsic Image Decomposition from Multiple Photographs" on October 12, 2012. During my PhD, I visited Boston to work with Frédo Durand (MIT) and Sylvain Paris (Adobe), and Berkeley to work with Maneesh Agrawala. Before joining Inria, I received M.Eng. and M.Sc. degrees from INSA Lyon in France and was an exchange student at KAIST in South Korea. I did some research on content-aware image retargeting with Sung-Eui Yoon, Christian Wolf and Khalid Idrissi, and worked on catadioptric vision with Jean-Charles Bazin and Inso Kweon.