I am leading the Mobile Visual Computing research at NVIDIA, where my team and I work on computational photography and computer vision for mobile devices.
I am also still affiliated with University College London, where I am a Professor of Visual Computing in the Department of Computer Science.
I still have three doctoral students, Dan Calian, Daniyar Turmukhambetov, and Yotam Doron (sponsored by The Foundry), who will be finishing up soon.
is continuing to hire in computational photography and computer vision. In addition, we are now hiring in machine learning. See here
for more details.
Our paper slim near eye displays using pinholes was published in Applied Optics
Our paper on modeling object appearance through context-conditioned component analysis was accepted to CVPR 2015
Our Local Laplacian Filtering method is
a research highlight in this month's Communications of the ACM
and has made it to the cover page.
is hiring in computational photography/optics, computer vision, and computational sensing/UI. See here
for more details.
Our paper on learning a manifold on fonts is now online, including a neat online demo
(loads slowly, please be patient).
Our paper on graph-based active learning was accepted at CVPR 2014
I am taking a leave of absence from UCL and am currently working at NVIDIA
as a Senior Research Scientist.
I am looking for new PhD students starting in September 2013 (open to all EU applicants). Topics include on Kinect-based capture (Microsoft Research Studentship) and video-based rendering. Please contact me before applying..
We have two papers accepted at ACM SIGGRAPH 2013
: one on jittered sampling and one on lenticular prints.
Our paper on non-paramatric pairwise potentials for dense CRF inference was accepted at CVPR 2013
has successfully finished his PhD. Congratulations!
Our paper on combining Patch Match and Belief Propagation for finding correspondence fields won the Best Industrial Impact Award
at BMVC 2012
Our paper on patch match belief propagation was accepted at BMVC 2012
We have two papers accepted at ECCV 2012
: one on video inpainting and one on label propagation in large image databases.
Our paper Videoscapes: Exploring Sparse, Unstructured Video Collections
has been accepted at ACM SIGGRAPH 2012
We have two papers accepted at Eurographics 2012
, one on inpainting dynamic objects in videos and one on creating multiperspective images and videos.
I'm helping organizing CVMP
, a London-based conference on visual media. The paper deadline is June 20th, so please consider submitting!
I am looking for a post-doc
as well as a new PhD student
, starting in the fall. The topic for both is on Synthesizing and Editing Photo-realistic Visual Objects
Our paper on edge-aware image filtering and our paper on video-based characters were accepted at ACM SIGGRAPH 2011