Group Members

Prof. Ronen Basri

Prof. Ronen Basri

The Elaine and Bram Goldsmith Professorial Chair of Applied Mathematics
Principal Investigator
Jacob Ziskind Building



  • Kovalsky Shahar. "Optimization of singular values for problems in computer graphics and vision," 2016.

  • Simon Konrad. "Linear and nonlinear elasticity models for shape matching," 2016.

  • Mica Arie-Nachimson. “Incorporating 3D information in image collections for dense reconstruction and pose estimation,” 2013.

  • Daniel Glasner. “A joint optimization approach to problems in computer vision”, 2013.

  • Orit Kliper-Gross. “Action recognition in challenging real-world videos,” 2013 (advised jointly with Tal Hassner).

  • Sharon Alpert (advised jointly with Achi Brandt). “Multiscale methods for edge detection and image segmentation,” 2010 (advised jointly with Achi Brandt). .

  • Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman. “3D shape reconstruction with shading information and prior knowledge, ” 2009.

  • Lena Gorelick “Object and action recognition using Poisson-based shape representations,” 2009 (advised jointly with Achi Brandt).

  • Darya Frolova. “Analysis of lighting and applications to 3-dimensional reconstruction of moving and static objects,” 2009.

  • Ayelet Akselrod-Ballin, “Multiscale multi-channel 3D segmentation and classification of MRI,” 2007(advised jointly with Achi Brandt).

  • Roman Dovgard, “Efficient holistic image synthesis using linear constraints,” 2007 (advised jointly with Shimon Ullman).

  • Tal Hassner, “Building 3D shapes from parts,” Ph.D. Thesis, 2006.

  • Chen Brestel, “Matching hierarchical graphs of aggregates,” 2004.

  • Eitan Sharon, “Multiscale region segmentation and curve extraction,” 2001.



  • Meir Omer, "A multiscale variable-grouping framework for MRF energy minimization", 2015.

  • Amir Tal, "Multi-view structure from motion using rank-constrained optimization", 2015.

  • Ofir Nati, "Efficient bayesian detection of faint curved edges in noisy images", 2014.

  • Bartal Ofer, "Photometric stereo with unknown lighting and specular reflectance", 2012

  • Meir Moran, "Fibers, blood vessels and neurons", 2012.

  • Barkan Gilad, "Segmentation-based long range motion estimation", 2007.

  • Peled Tomer, "Towards segmentation-based scene understanding", 2007.

  • Raveh Barak, "Rediscovering secondary structures by searching for repetitive patterns in graphs of protein folds", 2007

  • Arie-Nachimson Mica, "Multiview object detection using a probabilistic 3D class model," 2007

  • Oren Forkosh, “Approaches to hierarchical Gaussian construction,” 2006.

  • Ronen Deitch, “Image denoising via non-convex optimization with Multigrid,” 2006.

  • Ira Kemelmacher, “Indexing with varying illumination and Pose,” 2004.

  • Lena Gorelick, “Object recognition by silhouette shape,” 2004 (Joint with Achi Brandt).

  • Alexander Apartzin, “Multiscale segmentation of independent object motion Using Irregular Pyramids,” 2004.

  • Ophir Gvirtzer, “Computing optical flow using hierarchical texture segmentation,” 2004.

  • Ilana Lavie, “Identification of protein residues and amino-acid properties that determine binding specificity of G protein-coupled receptors,” 2004 (advised jointly with Yitzhak Pilpel, Dept. of Molecular Genetics).

  • Denis Simakov, “Dense shape reconstruction of a moving object under arbitrary, unknown lighting,” 2003.

  • Ido Leichter, “Extending direct methods to handle larger motion,” .

  • Maksim Frenkel, “Curve matching using the fast marching method,” 2002.

  • Max Chavlevsky, “Bi-clustering for content based image retrieval,” 2002.

  • Yuval Spector, “Visual homing: application and extensions,” 1999.

  • Alexander Kultonov, “New spectral features and Gaussian mixtures for classification of multispectral data,” 1998.

  • Amoss Peleg. “Recognition of object in motion using invariant signatures,” 1997.

  • Yossi Cohen, “Inferring region salience from binary and gray-level images,” 1997.

  • Ovadya Menadeva, “The robustness to occlusions in recognizing planar objects with regions,” 1996.