Hasan Kutlu

Hasan Kutlu studied applied mathematics at Hochschule Darmstadt and received his bachelor's degree in 2017. For this, he developed a Monte Carlo simulation that describes the tolerance behavior of the components of a HUD display. Afterwards, a master's degree in Data Science at Hochschule Darmstadt to further deepen his knowledge of working with data was started and completed. He received his Master of Science degree in 2020 in collaboration with the IGD for the optimization and extension of the MesoScanner V2, a 3D scanner that digitizes fine surface structures.

Hasan Kutlu works at IGD in the CHD department and is part of the MesoScannerV2 and CultArm3D project teams. These projects cover the topics of structured light methods (in combination with a lens shifting method), next-best viewplanning, and quality assessment of digitized 3D models.

Publication Type
2023 AI Based Image Segmentation of Cultural Heritage Objects used for Multi-View Stereo 3D Reconstructions
Kutlu, Hasan; Brucker, Felix; Kallendrusch, Ben; Santos, Pedro; Fellner, Dieter
Conference Paper
2021 Fully Automatic Mechanical Scan Range Extension and Signal to Noise Optimization of a Lens-Shifted Structured Light System
Kutlu, Hasan; Ritz, Martin; Santos, Pedro; Fellner, Dieter W.
Conference Paper
2020 Fully Automatic Mechanical Scan Range Extension of a Lens-Shifted Structured Light System
Kutlu, Hasan
Master Thesis
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  • Structured Light Methods (in combination with a lens shifting method)
  • Next-Best Viewplanning
  • Quality assessment of digitized 3D models