kostas batsos

# About

I am a computer scientist currently pursuing a phd in computer science at Stevens Institute of Technology, under the supervision of professor Philippos Mordohai. My current research interests span the areas of computer vision, binocular 3D reconstruction and machine learning.

# Short Bio

Kostas Batsos has worked as a freelance computer programmer both in industry and as a research assistant for more than 4 years. He holds a bachelors degree in computer science from University of Piraeus and a masters degree from Stevens Institute of Technology. In the past, he worked as a research assistant at the National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos in Greece, where he had the opportunity to work in European research projects and cooperate with researchers and leading industry companies accross Europe.

# News

-> September 2018, I was a speaker on the 3D reconstruction tutorial held by 3D Vision, 2018 conference.
-> May 2017, Real-time implementations of three basic block matching algorithms, along with a cost-optimization and post-processing, both on CPU and GPU can be downloaded from Real-Time stereo

# Publications

-> K. Batsos, C. Cai and P. Mordohai,"CBMV: A Coalesced Bidirectional Matching Volume for Disparity Estimation",
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2018. code supplement poster
-> C. LeGendre, K. Batsos and P. Mordohai,"High-Resolution Stereo Matching based on Sampled Photoconsistency Computation",
British Machine Vision Conference, 2017. (acceptance rate: 29.6%) code

# Education

-> 2016-present, Pdh student, Stevens Institute of Technology
-> 2010-2011, Ms in Computer Science, Stevens Institute of Technology
-> 2002-2008, Bs in Computer Science, University of Piraeus

# Contact

-> Stevens Institute of Technology north building, Hoboken New Jersey
-> email kbatsos at stevens dot edu
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