Pramook Khungurn

Ph.D. Candidate
Graphics and Vision Group
Department of Computer Science
Cornell University

Office: Gates 345
Office Hour: Wednesday 2-3pm at Gates 345
Email: pramook at cs dot cornell dot edu

I'm an nth year Ph.D. student advised by Kavita Bala and Steve Marschner. I do research on rendering algorithms and appearance acquisition/modeling, specializing in problems related to fibrous materials such as human hair and cloth.

Before coming to Cornell, I lectured at Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University. I finished my undergrad at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and also got a master's degree there.

My goal is to graduate in June 2017. I have finished job hunting and will join Google Japan as a software engineer in July 2017 (if I can safely graduate, that is).

In any case, My CV is available here: [PDF]

Pramook Khungurn, Daniel Schroeder, Shuang Zhao, Kavita Bala, Steve Marschner
Matching Real Fabrics with Micro-Appearance Models
ACM Transaction of Graphics, Vol. 35, Issue 1, December 2015.
Links: [PDF] [Project] [ACM Digital Library]
Bruce Walter, Pramook Khungurn, Kavita Bala
Bidirectional Lightcuts
Links: [PDF] [Project] [ACM Digital Library]
Pramook Khungurn, Thatchaphol Saranurak, Chakrit Watcharopas
Pixelcuts: Scalable Approximate Illumination from Many Point Lights
Chiang Mai Journal of Science, Vol.38 (Special Issue 2011)
Links: [PDF]
  Pramook Khungurn
Shirayanagi-Sweedler Algebraic Algorithm Stabilization and Polynomial GCD Algorithms.
M.Eng. Thesis, 2007.
Links: [PDF]
Pramook Khungurn, Hiroshi Sekigawa, Kiyoshi Shirayanagi
Minimum Converging Precision of the QR-factorization Algorithm for Real Polynomial GCD.
ISSAC 2007
Links: [PS] [PDF] [ACM Digital Library]
Pramook Khungurn.
Factoring the Coxeter Element of the Hyperoctahedral Group.
MIT Undergraduate Journal of Mathematics, v.7, pp. 59-80, 2005.

Cornell University (as a Teaching Assistant)

Kasetsart University (as a Lecturer)

My Erdős number is at most 4. (Khungurn - Saranurak - Nanongkai - Tetali - Erdős)

I have studied Japanese for 6 years: 3 years in college and 3 more years here at Cornell. I can hold conversations, explain rather complicated concepts, and write essays. Here are examples of writings I submitted to my Japeanese classes:

As for formal qualifications, I took the JLPT N2 in December 2015 and passed.

Last modified: September, 2016