I completed my PhD at the Institut de la Vision, Paris. The main focus of my research was the development of new algorithms for neuromorphic event-based cameras.
My thesis, titled "Event-Based Detection and Tracking", is available to read here.
· Reverter Valeiras, D., Clady, X., Ieng, S. H., & Benosman, R. B. (2018) “Event-Based Line Fitting and Segment Detection using a Neuromorphic Visual Sensor”.  IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems.

· Reverter Valeiras, D., Kime, S., Ieng, S. H., & Benosman, R. B. (2016). “An Event-Based Solution to the Perspective-n-Point Problem”. Frontiers in Neuroscience.

· Reverter Valeiras, D., Orchard, G., Ieng, S. H., & Benosman, R. (2016). “Neuromorphic Event-Based 3D Pose Estimation”. Frontiers in Neuroscience.

· Akolkar H., Reverter Valeiras D., Benosman, R., & Bartolozzi, C. (2015). “Visual-Auditory saliency detection using event-driven visual sensors”. IEEE 2015 International Conference on Event-based Control, Communication, and Signal Processing (EBCCSP).

· Reverter Valeiras, D., Lagorce, X., Clady, X., Bartolozzi, C., Ieng, S. H., & Benosman, R. (2015). “An Asynchronous Neuromorphic Event-Driven Visual Part-Based Shape Tracking”. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems
Conferences, workshops & stays:
04/27/2014 - 04/11/2014: The CapoCaccia Workshops toward Neuromorphic Intelligence. Alghero, Itally.
06/08/2015 - 07/18/2015: Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop. Telluride, Colorado.
02/20/2015 - 03/19/2015: research collaboration with the SINAPSE Institute, National University of Singapore.

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