Olie Baumann

Olie Baumann

Senior Technical Specialist, Ericsson Television
Olie Baumann is Senior Technical Specialist, Video Processing, Media Solutions at Ericsson. In this role, Olie is responsible for leading research into video compression and associated technologies. He has delivered several proof of concept demonstrations in high dynamic range and 360º video. Olie joined Ericsson in 2013 and previously held roles as Senior Algorithms Research Engineer and Principal Engineer. Prior to this, he spent five years working as a research fellow in the field of active vibration control and a further five year working in biomedical signal processing.  Olie received his Master of Engineering degree in 2000 and his Ph.D. in image processing in 2004, both from the University of Southampton, UK. His work has been published in a number of journals by leading industry bodies including SMPTE and EBU, on topics such as the delivery of high dynamic range, ultra high definition television and HEVC. 
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