Wednesday, May 5, 2021

10:00 – 11:50
Doctoral Consortium
  • 10:00 – 10:03
    Introduction to the Doctoral Consortium
    Presenter(s): Hsiang-Yun Wu, László Szirmay-Kalos
  • 10:03 – 10:11
    Recognition of curves and surfaces on 3D models
    Chiara Romanengo
  • 10:11 – 10:19
    A progressive indexing system for working with very large point cloud data
    Pascal Bormann
  • 10:19 – 10:27
    New Geometric Representations for Volumetric Brain Analysis
    Jiayi Wei
  • 10:27 – 10:34
    Research into Signed Distance Functions
    Csaba Bálint
  • 10:34 – 10:41
    Declarative Language Design for Chart Animations
    Tong Ge
  • 10:41 – 10:48
    Individual Adaptive Recoloring Method for Color Vision Deficiency Compensation
    Zhenyang Zhu
  • 10:48 – 10:56
    Groups of humans and animals in natural environments: a multi-scale approach
    Eduardo Alvarado
  • 10:56 – 11:03
    Improving Quality and Appearance of 3D Photo-Reconstructions
    Andrea Maggiordomo
  • 11:03 – 11:11
    3D Modeling for Everyone
    Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu
  • 11:11 – 11:19
    Virtual 3D Geometry and the Real World
    Silvia Sellán
  • 11:19 – 11:27
    Fabricating Cinematography Techniques for 3D Printed Movies
    Sarah Kushner
  • 11:27 – 11:34
    A Neural Rendering Approach to Character Generation
    Mirela Ostrek
  • 11:34 – 11:40
    Physiology Driven Variation of Human Animation
    Vyas, Bharat Vyas
  • 11:40 – 11:48
    Modeling and synthesizing realistic facial expressions for 3D sign language avatars
    Ackley Will
  • 11:48 – 11:50
    Session closing
    Presenter(s): Hsiang-Yun Wu, László Szirmay-Kalos

The Eurographics Doctoral Consortium is a networking event that provides PhD students, working in all areas of computer graphics, with an excellent opportunity to present their work and interact with distinguished and experienced researchers in the field, receiving feedback and mentoring, as well as a different perspective from senior researchers outside their home institution. In addition, the Doctoral Consortium provides a unique forum for PhD students to share their work and experience among their fellow PhD students.

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