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Short CVMatjaž Divjak studied Computer Science and worked as a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (FEECS), University of Maribor, Slovenia. After receiving a PhD degree in 2005 he spent a year in Nancy, France, working at the LORIA institute as a post-doc researcher. Currently, he is working on a 2-year project at the ICG, funded under the Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship within the 6th European Community Framework Programme.
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Real-time object tracking
Interactive VR environments
Navigation in VR worlds
Image and signal processing
- PRE-WORK - Vision-based prevention of work-related disorders in computer users (October 2007 - September 2009): individual Marie Curie fellowship within the 6th Framework Programme, at Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision, Graz University of Technology, Austria.
- Gaze as a pointing modality in multimodal interaction environments (September 2006 - September 2007): post-doc project at LORIA in Nancy, France.
- AREVIDERO - Assessment and Revision of Virtual Delivery Room (2000 - 2003): bilateral project between FEECS and Stanford School of Medicine, USA.
- VIDERO - Virtual delivery room (1998 - 2000): bilateral project between FEECS and Stanford School of Medicine, USA.
- Matjaž Divjak, Horst Bischof: Eye blink based fatigue detection for prevention of Computer Vision Syndrome. IAPR Conference on Machine Vision Applications (MVA 2009), Tokyo, Japan, 20. - 22. May 2009, pp. 350 – 353.
- Matjaž Divjak, Horst Bischof: Real-time video-based eye blink analysis for detection of low blink-rate during computer use. First International Workshop on Tracking Humans for the Evaluation of their Motion in Image Sequences (THEMIS 2008), Leeds, UK, 5. September 2008, pp. 99 - 107.
- Matjaž Divjak, Damjan Zazula: Analysis of video-based 3D tracking accuracy by using electromagnetic tracker as a reference. Rustam Stolkin (ed.): Scene reconstruction, pose estimation and tracking. Vienna: I-TECH Education and publishing, 2007, pp. 91-112.
- Matjaž Divjak, Noelle Carbonell: Analysis of realistic speech and gaze interactions inside a VR environment. 14th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM 2007), Postdam, Germany, August 19-23, 2007.
- Aleš Holobar, Matjaž Divjak, Dean Korošec, Damjan Zazula: Training scenario prototyping for VR-based simulation of neonatal decision-making. Comput. appl. eng. educ., 2007, vol. 15, iss. 4, pp. 317-327.
The full list of publications is available via the COBISS system.