Radek Grzeszczuk


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  • SIGGRAPH 2002

    Radek Grzeszczuk joined Intel’s Microprocessor Research Labs in 1998 as a Senior Researcher. He received his Ph.D. degree (1998) and his M.S. degree (1994) in Computer Science from the University of Toronto. His PhD thesis research was done under the supervision of Demetri Terzopoulos and Geoffrey Hinton and focused on using neural networks for fast emulation and control of physics-based models. The results of this work were published at SIGGRAPH’98 and NIPS’98. Radek Grzeszczuk’s pioneering research with Stephen Gertler. Michael Cohen and Richard Szeliski at Microsoft Research Graphics Group on image-based rendering culminated in the publication of “The Lumigraph” at SIGGRAPH’96. His recent work on image-based modeling and rendering focuses on methods for efficient representation and visualization of complex shape and reflectance properties of objects. He published a number of important scientific papers, primarily in computer graphics. but also in artificial life. neural networks. and computer vision. He received an award in 1995 from Ars Electronica, the premier competition for creative work with digital media, for his work on artificial animals for computer animation and virtual reality.  


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