Talks by Group Members at Events
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Lanman invited talk at Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2010), Machine Learning Meets Computational Photography, Whistler, British Columbia, December 2011 [Video]
Lanman invited talk at SMPTE Conference on Stereoscopic 3D for Media and Entertainment, New York, June 2011
Raskar Keynote at Color Imaging, Nov 2010, [Slides]
Raskar invited talk at NAE Frontiers of Science, Sept 2010, [Slides]
Raskar invited talk at FMX.de, May 2010, 'Interfaces with Modern Imaging'
Raskar invited talk at EmTech India, Mar 2010, [Slides]
Ankit Mohan at MIT Museum, 2009, '4D Capture and 6D Display' [Slides]
Talks in the group by Invited Speakers
Every Thursday we try to have a guest speaker for our group meetings. Most speakers are experts in areas of computational photography, graphics, vision, signal processing, or optics. However, we often have speakers from a wide range of other areas (artists, architects, photographers, etc).
If you are in the Boston/Cambridge area and would like to give a talk and present your work, we would love to hear from you; please contact us.
Here are some tips for our speakers:
- Prepare to speak for not more than 35 minutes, and keep the rest of the time for discussions.
- Familiarize yourself with our research interests and try to challenge us with what you'd like to see in future cameras and imaging.
- Try to engage the students in your talk
- Avoid talking about just one project; instead try to give a wide overview of your group/research, or give a 10-15 minute overview followed by more detailed description of 1-2 projects.
- As a tradition, the speaker spends the first 2-5 minutes with a lesson of the week. This is usually graduate student advice on doing good research, but can be anything you want along the lines of 'What I Wish I Knew When I Started Grad School'.
- When: 4.00PM-5.30 PM on Thursdays
- Where: E14-493.
05/05/2011: Fredo Durand, MIT CSAIL.
04/28/2011: Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab.
04/07/2011: Michael Rubinstein , MIT CSAIL.
03/31/2011: Christoph Bregler , Courant Institute,NYU.
03/24/2011: Andrew Lippman, MIT Media Lab.
03/04/2011: Dikpal Reddy, University of Maryland,College Park.
02/24/2011: Ishan Barman, Laser Biomedical Research Center, MIT
02/23/2011: Ryusuke Sagawa, National Institute of Advanced
Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
02/10/2011: David Strasfeld, Bawendi Group ,Department of Chemistry, MIT
10/28/2010: Michael Holroke, University of Virginia
10/20/2010: B. Roy Frieden, University of Arizona
09/16/2010: Nathan Doble, New England College of Optometry (NECO)
08/20/2010: Masahiko Inami, Keio University
08/16/2010: Aswin Sankaranarayanan , Rice University
07/16/2010: Serge Belongie, UCSD
11/18/2009: Berthold Horn, MIT
10/26/2009: Bruce Hunter Thomas, University of South Australia
10/23/2009: Paul Debevec, USC
10/21/2009: James Hays, Brown
10/07/2009: Voicu Popescu, Purdue University
09/09/2009: Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Minnesota
08/19/2009: Hanspeter Pfister, Harvard University
08/12/2009: Hideaki Nii, Keio University and U of Tokyo
07/29/2009: Tanya Eye, My Camera Eye
07/08/2009: Yasuhiro Mukaigawa, Osaka University
06/29/2009: Wolfgang Heidrich, UBC
06/17/2009: Se Baek Oh, MIT
06/10/2009: Szymon Rusinkiewicz, Princeton University
06/03/2009: Sam Hasinoff, MIT
05/27/2009: Sri Rama Prasanna Pavani, University of Colorado
05/06/2009: Todd Zickler, Harvard University