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Nesli Erdogmus received her degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from METU (Ankara, Turkey) in 2005. She continued her education in the same department for M.Sc. Until the completion of her thesis, titled as "2D/3D Imaging Simulator" in 2008, she also worked as a research assistant on a TUBITAK project, titled as "3D head model construction by soft/hard tissue modeling via various imaging techniques".
Since December 2008, she is a PhD student in the Multimedia Communications Department of EURECOM (Sophia Antipolis, France) under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Luc Dugelay. Her area of interest mainly includes recognition of faces, using their corresponding 3D models. Her research is part of the FR ANR FAR3D.
An Efficient Iris and Eye Corners Extraction Method
as author at Poster Session,