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Dr.-Ing. Youness Dehbi


Youness Dehbi  


Postdoc at IGG
PhD in Geodesy, 2016


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Academic career  

Youness Dehbi studied computer science at the University of Bonn. After his graduation 2008, he started to work as scientific assistant in the group of Prof. Lutz Plümer at the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation at the University of Bonn. After receiving his Ph.D. there, he is now working in the group of Prof. Jan-Henrik Haunert as PostDoctoral associate.

Research topics  

Machine learning and automatic reasoning for 3D building modelling

Academic awards  

2019: "Best Paper Award at the 14th 3D GeoInfo Conference, Singapore"

2019: "Best Paper Award at the 4th International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia"

2018: "Best Paper Award at the 3rd International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities, Delft, Netherlands"

Key publications  

Dehbi, Y, Hadiji, F, Gröger, G, Kersting, K, and Plümer, L (2017). Statistical Relational Learning of Grammar Rules for 3D Building Reconstruction Transactions in GIS, 21(1):134-150.

Loch-Dehbi, S, Dehbi, Y, and Plümer, L (2017). Estimation of 3D Indoor Models with Constraint Propagation and Stochastic Reasoning in the Absence of Indoor Measurements ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 6(3, article number = 90).

Dehbi, Y, Gröger, G, and Plümer, L (2016). Identification and modelling of translational and axial symmetries and their hierarchical structures in building footprints by formal grammars Transactions in GIS, 20(5):645-663.

Dehbi, Y, Staat, C, Mandtler, L, and Plümer, L (2016). Incremental refinement of facade models with attribute grammar from 3D point clouds ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, III-3:311-316.

Dehbi, Y and Plümer, L (2011). Learning grammar rules of building parts from precise models and noisy observations ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 66(2):166 - 176.