Computer Graphics Seminar—Spring 2007
Mondays, 12:15–1:15 pm
551 Rhodes Hall (PCG Conference Room)
The talks in the Graphics Seminar stem from current research, and they can be of various types:
Talks about research that is already written up and submitted
are generally not allowed; you should present work in seminar
when you are still ready to get feedback on it.
- A talk about a research project in progress, starting with
the prior work and ending with current results and plans of
what to do next.
- A talk about a project that's still just an idea, covering
the background and outlining a tentative plan of attack.
- A presentation on a paper or set of papers that influenced
your thinking in some way.
- Some other kind of talk (e.g. "State of the art in X") that's
of interest to people working in graphics.
Schedule for Spring 2007
||SIGGRAPH paper authors|
Review of SIGGRAPH submissions
|February 12||Piti Irawan|
|February 19||Jim Ferwerda|
|February 26||Jon Moon|
|March 5 ||PhD. Admit Day|
|March 12||Ganesh Ramanarayanan|
|March 19||No Seminar, Spring break|
|March 26||Adam Arbree|
|April 2 ||No seminar.|
|April 9 ||Jeff Wang|
|April 16|| |
|April 23||Jon Kaldor|
|April 30|| |
Steve Marschner (email@example.com)