I'm a PhD candidate and Marie Curie Fellow in the
Digital Reality Group
University College London,
under the supervision of Profs.
Tim Weyrich and
My research involves finding new compact representations for material appearance and its efficient translation between BRDF models, combining methods from machine learning, deep neural networks and visual perception.
Room B09, GS66
Department of Computer Science
University College London
Gower Street, WC1E 6EA, London, UK
Image-based remapping of spatially-varying material appearance
Alejandro Sztrajman, Jaroslav Krivanek, Alexander Wilkie, Tim Weyrich Journal of Computer Graphics Techniques (accepted). [arXiv][PDF]
Image-based remapping of material appearance
Alejandro Sztrajman, Jaroslav Krivanek, Alexander Wilkie, Tim Weyrich Eurographics Workshop on Material Appearance Modeling. Helsinki, Finland (2017). [Webpage][PDF]
Juan G. Roederer Buenos Aires University Press, Buenos Aires (2015).
WebGL 3D Engine
2D stable fluid
Stable fluid simulation of a 2D incompressible inviscid fluid (C++/Qt).
A differential equation approach to high-order extrapolation.
Lattice Boltzmann 2D
Interactive simulation of a 2D incompressible viscous fluid with the Lattice-Boltzmann D2Q9 method (C++/Qt). [Code][Video]
Lagrangian simulation of a fluid at a molecular level. Integration is done with velocity-Verlet,
Lennard-Jones interactions, and periodic boundary conditions (C++/VMD).
2D Elastic mesh
Real-time simulation of a bidimensional elastic mesh (C++/OpenGL). [Video]