Born: 1983, Dornbirn, Austria
Markus Diem received the PhD degree in Computer Science in 2014 and the MSc. degree in Visual Computing in 2010 at the Vienna University of Technology. He gained experience in document analysis as a senior scientist in several projects at the Computer Vision Lab, VUT. He is involved in lecturing where he teaches, amongst others, Document Analysis. Since 2009 he is publishing papers in the field of Document Analysis at international conferences such as ICDAR, ICFHR and DAS.
He is part of the development team of nomacs | Image Lounge – a free image viewer and participated at Google Summer of Code in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016 as a mentor.
PhD Vienna University of Technology, Computer Science, 2014. Thesis Title: Text Classification and Layout Analysis for Document Reassembling. Thesis Advisor: Robert Sablatnig, Basilis Gatos.
MSc. Vienna University of Technology, Visual Computing, 2010. Thesis Title: Recognizing Degraded Handwritten Characters. Thesis advisor: Robert Sablatnig.
BSc. Vienna University of Technology, Media and Computer Science, 2007.
AHS General-education High-School, BG Dornbirn, Austria, 2001.
The Sinaitic Glagolitic Sacramentary (Euchologium) Fragments
DIR – Document Information Retrieval