Ewelina currently works at the National Institute of Geographic and Forestry Information (IGN) where she conducts her research in the field of image-based 3D modelling (photogrammetry). She contributes to an open-source project known as MicMac that serves as a platform to implement her research findings. Since recently, she is also in charge of the Free Open Source Photogrammetry Foundation (fOSPho) which aims to promote the free flow of knowledge, software and hardware solutions across various disciplines and/or physical borders .
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