A computer vision expert with industry experience and a Ph.D. specializing in object detection with context and more. I graduated from the Computer Science Department at Ben Gurion University (BGU), as a member of the Interdisciplinary Computational Vision Laboratory (iCVL) led by Prof. Ohad Ben-Shahar.
My main research interests include the detection of objects in 2D/3D with and without context, pose estimation, point clouds, and so on.
For more information, please see my more updated website
- Barnea E. and Ben-Shahar O., Exploring the Bounds of the Utility of Context for Object Detection, CVPR 2019 (paper)
- Barnea E. and Ben-Shahar O., Curve Reconstruction via the Global Statistics of Natural Curves, CVPR 2018 (paper)
- Barnea E. and Ben-Shahar O., Contextual Object Detection with a Few Relevant Neighbors, ACCV 2018 (paper)
- Barnea E. and Ben-Shahar O., Depth Based Object Detection from Partial Pose Estimation of Symmetric Objects, ECCV 2014 (paper)
- Barnea E., Mairon R., and Ben-Shahar O., Colour-agnostic shape-based 3D fruit detection for crop harvesting robots, Biosystems Engineering 2016 (Q1 journal) (paper)
- Kapach K., Barnea E. *, Mairon R. *, Yael E., and Ben-Shahar O., Computer vision for fruit harvesting robots – state of the art and challenges ahead, IJCVR 2012 (paper)