I am a postdoctoral researcher at ENS Paris-Saclay under the surpervision of Jean-Michel Morel and Gabriele Facciolo. I am interested in image processing problems and inverse problems, with a particular enthusiasm for lens design and correction algorithms.
Before that, I was a PhD student at INRIA Paris, in the WILLOW project team specialized in computer vision, under the supervision of Jean Ponce and Jian Sun. I worked on hybrid methods for image deblurring, at the intersection of classical inverse problems and recent deep learning techniques.
Prior to research, I received an engineering degree in applied mathematics from Telecom Paris with majors in signal processing and distributed computation, as well as a top-tier M.Sc. degree in applied mathematics (called MVA in France, standing for maths, vision and learning) from ENS Paris-Saclay.
Beside my research activities, I spend time taking and editing photos, running and biking. I was also painting, which eventually led me from signal to image processing.
October 2022: Our paper Breaking down Polyblur: Fast Blind Correction of Small Anisotropic Blurs has been accepted in IPOL.
July 2022: Our paper Fast Two-step Blind Optical Aberration Correction has been accepted at ECCV 2022 (poster).
May 2022: Our paper High dynamic range and super-resolution from raw image bursts has been accepted at SIGGRAPH 2022 (journal track).
January 2022: I joined ENS Paris-Saclay as a postdoctoral researcher.
PhD thesis, Université PSL, 2021
Thomas Eboli, Jian Sun, Jean Ponce.
Technical report, 2021
Thomas Eboli*, Alex Nowak Vila*, Jian Sun, Francis Bach, Jean Ponce, Alessandro Rudi.
Technical report, 2020