In this seminar we will discuss recent advances in Computer Graphics, by critically analyzing recent research papers.
Topics include any paper presented in SIGGRAPH 2018.
Each student will present two papers from the latest SIGGRAPH conference, and submit a critical review of the papers they are presenting. Grading will be based on your ability to critically analyze the paper, compare it with the state-of-the-art and discuss the research results.
Final grade: 50% presentation, 30% written critical review, 20% class participation.
Attendance is mandatory.
Numerical Algorithms, Optimization, and one or more courses in Computer Graphics, Geometry Processing or Computer Vision are required and enforced. Strong mathematical background is a bonus.