|Real-time expression transfer
(Thies et al., SIGGRAPH Asia 2015)
|What makes Tom Hanks look like Tom Hanks
(Suwajanakorn et al., ICCV 2015)
If have questions about this seminar, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This seminar is aimed at graduate students in computer science or related fields.
As such, we require you to have basic knowledge in either 3D geometry, computer vision, image processing, or computer graphics.
To register your interest, email email@example.com with your name, matriculation number, current semester, and knowledge in this field (courses taken, projects, theses etc.).
Please note that the number of available presentation slots is limited to 10. These slots will be allocated in first-come, first-served fashion after the presentation of topics (21 April).
|Time:||Thursdays, 14:15 – 16:00|
|Room:||Building E1 4 (Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik), Room 021.|
Presentation of topics
This is compulsory for all participants.
You will rank your three favourite topics and we will assign topics to each participant within one week.
"How to read an academic paper"
"How to give a good talk"
|12 May:||Example conference presentation (to be confirmed)|
19 May –
28 July (approx.):
Seminar talks by participants, one per week.
Attendance is compulsory and will be marked.
|25 August:||Report due.|