Ajad moved to the Computer Vision Lab at ETH Zurich in 2017 to work as a post-doctoral researcher in 3D vision and augmented reality after having finished his PhD in Computer Vision at CNRS / University of Clermont-Auvergne, France. His PhD dissertation was on methods for computing the 3D of deforming objects from single camera images where he showed that 3D shapes can be inferred from images of objects whose shapes are changing with time. Ajad is also an alumnus of University of Burgundy, France and Institute of Engineering – Pulchowk Campus, Nepal. He is also a founding member of an aspiring research organization called Nepal Applied Mathematics and Informatics Institute for Research (NAAMII).
At NepSAS and in life, Ajad’s world revolves around computer science and artificial intelligence in vision. In his free time, you can find Ajad observed in his favorite activity – playing computer games (no points for guessing). He is also a bibliophile – who likes to gobble up books of fiction, science and philosophy, and an oenophile – who likes sip and sup wine from different regions.