In 1999 I moved to Nokia, Oulu, Finland.
In 2004 I moved to Nokia Research Center in Boston to collaborate with MIT.
In 2006 I moved back to Palo Alto, working at Nokia Research Center, and collaborating again with Stanford.
In 2011 I joined NVidia Research in Santa Clara, CA.
At Stanford, I worked with Marc Levoy on the Digital Michelangelo project.
|I received my PhD in
Computer Science & Engineering Department
at the University of Washington.
My academic interests cover mostly Computer Graphics, Computer Vision,
and Mathematics, and I'm trying to combine aspects from all these disciplines
in my research.
Here are a few sets of slides, mostly with speaker notes. If you are interested in any of my papers, it is probably good idea to first go through the slides, and then read the paper if you think you want to learn more. In some instances there is some extra stuff in slides that's not in the papers.
including links to most of my
A simple Inventor-based range/color scanner simulator.