Martin Bokeloh

coffee consumer, simpsons seer, graphics researcher

Actually, thanks to our creative
eping and corporate
oles, we only pay about $3 in taxes a year.
Dept. of Computer Science, Stanford University
353 Serra Mall, Room 362, Stanford, CA 94305, USA

I am a researcher in computer graphics at Stanford University and work with Vladlen Koltun. My research focuses on finding formal models that reflect the structure of complex geometric shapes. Basically, I seek to develop methods to understand shapes in order to modify existing 3D objects and synthesize new shapes from exemplars. I am part of the Max Planck Center for visual computing and communication. I completed my Ph.D. in 2011 under the supervision of Michael Wand and Hans-Peter Seidel at the Max Planck Institut für Informatik. I was a PhD student at GRIS from 2007 to 2009 and at the Graphics Lab of the Max Planck Institut für Informatik from 2009 to 2011. In 2007, I received my Diplom in computer science from the University of Tübingen. Also, I bought a neat cowboy hat in 2006 which unfortunately didn't make it to the Bay Area.

Recent Publications

M. Bokeloh, M.Wand, H.-P. Seidel, V. Koltun: An Algebraic Model for Parameterized Shape Editing. SIGGRAPH 2012 [project page] [fast forward]
A. Tevs, A. Berner, M. Wand, I. Ihrke, M. Bokeloh, J. Kerber, H.-P. Seidel: Animation Cartography - Intrinsic Reconstruction of Shape and Motion. ACM Transaction on Graphics 2012 (will be presented at SIGGRAPH 2012) [project page]
M. Bokeloh, M.Wand, V. Koltun, H.-P. Seidel: Pattern-Aware Shape Deformation Using Sliding Dockers. SIGGRAPH ASIA 2011 [project page]
M. Bokeloh, M. Wand, H.-P. Seidel: A Connection between Partial Symmetry and Inverse Procedural Modeling. SIGGRAPH 2010 [project page]

For older publications please visit my former website.

The Past

Stuff I did a long time ago