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Mykhaylo Andriluka


Mykhaylo Andriluka is a senior research scientist at Google. Previously he has been a visiting assistant professor at Stanford University and a junior research group leader at the Max-Planck Institute for Informatics. Mykhaylo holds a master's degree in mathematics and PhD degree in computer science from TU Darmstadt. His research interests are in various aspects of visual human analysis such as articulated pose estimation and tracking, multi-person tracking, people detection and activity recognition. Mykhaylos' work has received the best paper awards at AMDO'12 and BMVC'12, and was a winning entry in the MOTChallenge'16 competition on multi-person tracking. Mykhaylo is also a co-creator of the popular ``MPII Human Pose'' and PoseTrack benchmarks for articulated human pose estimation.

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