Dr. Elisa Drelie Gelasca was born in Trieste , Italy , on February 26th, 1975 . In June 2001, she received her degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Trieste, Italy. From October 2000 to April 2001, she was an exchange student at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL). Elisa performed her diploma work on assessing the objective quality of segmented video sequences at the Signal Processing Laboratory (LTS). From September to November 2001, she was a consultant for Genimedia SA developing a metric to estimate the perceptual quality in watermarked videos. In December 2001, Elisa joined Signal Processing Laboratory (LTS) as a research assistant and Ph.D. student in Professor Ebrahimi’s group, working on video segmentation. From July to October 2003 she was an exchange visitor at the Signal Processing Laboratory in Professor Mitra’s group (at the University of California of Santa Barbara , USA) developing psychophysical tests on video object segmentation. After her graduation, she started a Post Doctorate fellowship at the VRL lab. at UCSB led by Prof. Manjunath. She is currently working at the Bio Image Informatics center and at the Cortina project.
Perceptually driven 3D distance metrics with application to watermarking2006. Applications of Digital Image Processing XXIX. p. 63120L.
A Framework for Evaluating Video Object Segmentation Algorithms2006. Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshop, New York, NY, 17-22 June 2006. p. 198-198.
Application Dependent Video Segmentation Evaluation – A Case Study for Video Surveillance2006. the 14-th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2006), Florence, Italy, 04-08 Sept. 2006.
On Evaluating Metrics For Video Segmentation Algorithms2006.
Objective Evaluation of the Perceptual Quality of 3D Watermarking2005.
A Multi-Scale Roughness Metric for 3D Watermarking Quality Assessment2005.
Which Colors Best Catch Your Eyes: a Subjective Study of Color Saliency2005.
Towards Perceptually Driven Segmentation Evaluation Metrics2004.
Impact of Topology Changes in Video Segmentation Evaluation2004.
Annoyance of Spatio-Temporal Artifacts in Segmentation Quality Assessment2004.
Toward perceptual metrics for video watermark evaluation.2003. p. 371-378.
Intuitive Strategy for Parameter Setting in Video Segmentation2003. p. 998-1008.
Perceptual Quality Assessment for Video Watermarking2002. p. 90-94.
Objective evaluation of segmentation quality using spatio-temporal context2002. p. 301-304.
Steganography for Three-Dimensional Polygonal Meshes2002.
On Evaluating Video Object Segmentation Quality: A Perceptually driven Objective Metric
Watermarked 3D Object Quality Assessment