GrUVi co-authors three SIG'17 papers

Three papers co-authored by GrUVi members have been accepted to SIGGRAPH 2017: GRASS:Generative Recursive Autoencoders for Shape Structures, Time Slice Video Synthesis by Robust Video Alignment, and Deformation-Driven Shape Correspondence via Shape Recognition. Two of these papers are first-authored by PhD students from GrUVi: Zhaopeng Cui and Chenyang Zhu. In addition, one paper accepted to ACM Transaction on Graphics, Co-Locating Style-Defining Elements on 3D Shapes, will also be presented at SIGGRAPH 2017 in Los Angeles. Collaborators on these papers include researchers from Adobe Research, Tel Aviv University, Stanford University, National University of Defense Technology, Carleton University, IIT Bombay, Shenzhen University, and University of Cyprus.

April 28, 2017