Rida Sadek

Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, C/ Tanger 122-140, 08018, Barcelona, Spain
Email: rida.sadek@upf.edu

About me
I am currently doing my PhD in Computer Science at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) under the supervision of Professor Vicent Caselles. My expected graduation date is 2012. I have obtained an MSc degree in Geometry, Imaging, and Virtual Environments from Universiteit Utrecht (Utrecht, the Netherlands) in 2006. Before that, I obtained a BSc degree in Computer Science from the American University of Beirut (Beirut, Lebanon) in 2001.

Research interests:
Computer Vision, Image Processing, Variational Methods and Computational Geometry.
Curriculum Vitae: PDF
PhD thesis: PDF Submitted, expected defense date before the end of 2012.
Journal Articles:
  • R. Sadek, G. Facciolo, P. Arias, and V. Caselles. A variational model for gradient-based video editing. 2012. preprint. Results

  • R. Sadek, C. Constantinopulos, E. Meinhardt, C. Ballester, and V.Caselles. On affine invariant descriptors related to SIFT. SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences (SIIMS), 2012, Vol. 5 issue 2, 652-687. PDF

  • P. Arias, V. Caselles, G. Facciolo, V. Lazcano, and R. Sadek. Nonlocal variational models for inpainting and interpolation. Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences, 2012. to appear.

Conference Papers:
  • R. Sadek, C. Ballester, L. Garrido, E. Meinhardt, and V. Caselles. Frame interpolation with occlusion detection using a time coherent segmentation. In International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications (VISAPP), Roma, Italy, February 2012. PDF Results

  • Gabriele Facciolo, Rida Sadek, Aurelie Bugeau, and Vicent Caselles. Temporally consistent gradient domain video editing. In EMMCVPR, volume 6819 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 59-73. Springer, 2011. PDF Results

  • Nicolas Beldiceanu, Mats Carlsson, Emmanuel Poder, R. Sadek, and Charlotte Truchet. A generic geometrical constraint kernel in space and time for handling polymorphic k-dimensional objects. In CP, volume 4741 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 180-194. Springer, 2007. PDF