Computer Graphics Seminar

CS 718
Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
5130 Upson Hall

The seminar's primary goal is to give everyone in the PCG and CS department who's interested in graphics a chance to learn about what others are working on and thinking about. The basic format is work-in-progress talks by graduate students, faculty, and research staff, with some presentations of papers from the literature mixed in.

Schedule for Fall 2002

October 30 Steve Marschner
Seminar overview and logistics and
Reciprocity in Image-based Modeling
November 6 Steve Westin
Subsurface Scattering: Basics and Challenges
November 13 Ryan Ismert
Improving the Quality of Image-based Textures
November 20 Bruce Walter
Combining Points and Edges for Interactive Rendering
November 27 (no seminar—Thanksgiving break)
December 4 Jacobo Bibliowicz
Facial Animation from a Cyberware Scan
December 11 Mike Donikian
A Light Source Acceleration Structure for Scenes with Complex Lighting

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