Irene Ballester is a PhD student and research assistant at the Computer Vision Lab at TU Wien. She is a Marie Curie ITN fellow for the visuAAL project.
She holds a BSc degree in Industrial Technology Engineering (2017) and an MSc degree in Industrial Engineering (2020), both from the University of Zaragoza, Spain.
During the academic year 2019-2020, she was a Working Master Student at DLR in Munich where she wrote her Master’s thesis on Dynamic SLAM systems.
Her current research focuses on Active Assisted Living (AAL) and computer vision.
- Irene Ballester, Alejandro Fontán, Javier Civera, Klaus H. Strobl, Rudolph Triebel.
“DOT: Dynamic Object Tracking for Visual SLAM” 2021 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA). (Accepted)
- Irene Ballester, Antonio Güemes, A. Navarro, J.M.M. Montiel. “Measurement of volumes and distances for the evaluation of breast surgery” XXIII Congress of the Spanish Surgical Research Society, Madrid, 16-17 Nov., 2017.