I am a Ph.D. student at Skoltech advised by Victor Lempitsky. Currently, I am research engineer at Synthesia where we build the future of media 🚀.
Before that I worked as a research engineer at Samsung AI Center for several years, where we pushed the boundaries of view synthesis.
I try to synthesize things that people currently cannot.
During my studies, I have contributed to 3D representations, image synthesis, and human avatars. I hope that soon we will be able to improve the immersive communications. Also, I was a research scientist intern at Synthesia.
Prior to that, I investigated the application of reinforcement learning for discrete optimization under the advising of Ivan Oseledets and Roman Schutski.
Earlier, I was a part of the DeepPavlov project, where we studied word representations for text with missplellings.
Create the most efficient renderable representtion for novel view synthesis from an arbitrary number of images (more than one).
We learn this system end-to-end on the dataset of monocular videos. Extremely fast and compact way to present scene.
The scene can be represented as a set of semi-transparent mesh layers from just stereo pair without loss of the quality.
This representation allows effortless estimation and fast rendering.
Additionaly, we published a dataset with occluded region - SWORD - for novel view synthesis.
Our generator produce images without any spatial convolutions.
Each pixel synthesized separetly conditioned on noise vector.
We investigate properties of such generator and
propose several applications (e.g. super-res, foveated rendering).
We suggest a new language-independent architecture of robust word vectors (RoVe).
It is designed to alleviate the issue of typos, which are common in almost any user-generated content, and hinder automatic text processing.
Our model allows it to deal with unseen word forms in morphologically rich languages before contextualized language models.
Deeppavlov: Open-source library for dialogue systems
Mikhail Burtsev, Alexander Seliverstov, Rafael Airapetyan,
Mikhail Arkhipov, Dilyara Baymurzina, Nickolay Bushkov,
Olga Gureenkova, Taras Khakhulin , Yuri Kuratov, Denis Kuznetsov,
Alexey Litinsky, Varvara Logacheva, Alexey Lymar, Valentin Malykh,
Maxim Petrov, Vadim Polulyakh, Leonid Pugachev, Alexey Sorokin,
Maria Vikhreva, Marat Zaynutdinov
ACL, System Demonstrations , 2018
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Open-source library for end2end conversational NLP.
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