Guillem Brasó

I am a second year PhD candidate working with Laura Leal-Taixé at the Dynamic Vision and Learning group, TU Munich.

Before starting my PhD, I obtained a Master's in Mathematics from TU Munich, while working on Multi-Object Tracking at my current lab. Before that, I got a Bachelor in Mathematics from the University of Barcelona. During my Bsc, I worked with Jordi Vitrià on explainable machine learning.

In my free time, I like to climb, play the piano, and cook.

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[March 2022] We are organizing the BMTT workshop at CVPR 2022. Check out our synth2real chalenges for tracking!
[March 2022] Just created this website!


I have a general interest in Machine Learning and Computer Vision. Some of the tasks I focus on are detection, segmentation, tracking and human pose estimation. I am also broadly interested in leveraging ideas from classical graph-based approaches and optimization in combination with deep learning to solve vision problems.

blind-date The Center of Attention: Center-Keypoint Attention for Multi-Person Pose Estimation
Guillem Brasó, Nikita Kister, Laura Leal-Taixé
ICCV 2021

We propose a multi-head attention-based framework for end-to-end bottom-up multi-person pose estimation. Our main idea is to detect both keypoints and object centers, and use cross-attention among them to group keypoints into human poses.

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blind-date MOTSynth: How Can Synthetic Data Help Pedestrian Detection and Tracking?
Matteo Fabbri, Guillem Brasó,Gianluca Maugeri, Orcun Cetintas, Riccardo Gasparini, Aljosa Osep, Simone Calderara, Laura Leal-Taixe, Rita Cucchiara
ICCV 2021

We introduce MOTSynth, a large-scale synthetic dataset for pedestrian tracking, detection, segmentation and 2D/3D keypoint estimation. We show that trackers and detectors trained on our dataset achieve impressive generalization results when tested on real data.

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blind-date Learning a Neural Solver for Multiple Object Tracking
Guillem Brasó, Laura Leal-Taixé
CVPR 2020   (Oral Presentation)

Inspired by classical graph-based multi-object tracking methods, we propose a neural message passing framework for data association in multi-object tracking. We present the first graph-structured deep learning module for tracking, and achieve impressive results on the MOTChallenge benchmarks.

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This website's source code is from Jon Barron.