Research Associate Professor, Robotics Institute at CMU
Adjunct Professor, La Salle School of Engineering
Half face

Half face

Simpsons face

Simpsons face

Part-based face

Part-based face

Caricature face

Caricature face

Illuminated face

Illuminated face

Line art vector face

Line art vector face

Face in motion

Face in motion

Cartoon Face

Cartoon face

Fourier Face

Fourier face

Pixelated Face

Pixelated face

Simple Face

Simple face



Fernando De la Torre received his B.Sc. degree in Telecommunications, as well as his M.Sc. and Ph. D degrees in Electronic Engineering from La Salle School of Engineering at Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain in 1994, 1996, and 2002, respectively. In 1997 and 2000, he became Assistant and Associate Professor in the Department of Communications and Signal Theory in Enginyeria La Salle. In 2003 he joined the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and currently he is Research Associate Professor. His research interests are in the fields of Computer Vision and Machine Learning. Currently, he is directing the Component Analysis Laboratory and the Human Sensing Laboratory.

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Interested in visiting the Human Sensing or Component Analysis Laboratory to work on machine learning and/or computer vision? Contact me .

News

  • 130 students have done research in the HS/CA Labs in the last 10 years.
  • Area Chair for CVPR 2014, ECCV 2014 and AFGR 2015.
  • IntraFace has been released (software download)
  • 6 journal papers accepted in 2013 (IEEE PAMI, IJCV, IVC, PR and DMKD)
  • 3 papers accepted at CVPR 2013, 3 at ICCV 2013, 1 ICRA 2013.
  • 4 papers accepted at ECCV 2012, 1 at AISTATS 2012, EMBS 2012, ROBIO 2012 and 1 at ICASSAP 2012.
  • 4 papers accepted at CVPR 2012. Best Student Paper Award.
  • Tutorial on Human Sensing (15 hours), PAVIS school on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Geneva, October 2012.
  • Tutorial on Component Analysis for Human Sensing (4 hours), AERFAI Summer School Spain, Vigo June 2012.
  • Tutorial on Facial Expression Analysis (1 hour), in conjunction CVPR 2012, June 2012.