At Stanford University, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and leader of the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab Gordon Wetzstein is busy making transformational contributions to computational imaging and display technologies. His research focuses on the intersection of computer graphics, machine vision, optics, scientific computing, and applied vision science, and has a wide range of applications across next-generation imaging, display, wearable computing, and microscopy systems. Even more importantly, it allows for completely new imaging modalities that have not been possible so far. Gordon has a clear and articulate vision of research in Computational Photography and Displays — in fact he is probably the first to really define Computational Displays as a separate sub-area with similar but distinct challenges from Computational Photography — and has been extremely active providing leadership to the community.
Phd thesis award
Colloquium Series: Gordon Wetzstein (Stanford University)
The Ralph Budd Award is awarded to the best thesis in engineering. To qualify the thesis must have been submitted as partial fulfillment of the Ph. The closing date for nominations is Tuesday 1st. The Best Doctoral Thesis in Biomechanics recognizes the development of an outstanding doctoral final thesis that has. That Crick had recently developed as part of his PhD thesis.
Gordon Wetzstein: The 2020 SPIE Early Career Achievement Award – Academic Focus
The Graphics Interface GI conference is the oldest continuously scheduled conference devoted to computer graphics , and human—computer interaction. GI was held biannually between and , and has been held annually since then. Sweeney through an annual award to the best student paper presented at each year's Graphics Interface conference. Alain Fournier  and Bill Buxton  Ph. Dissertation Annual Awards are given to best dissertations in Computer Graphics and Human-Computer Interaction defended in a Canadian University, and are announced officially during the Graphics Interface conference.
Felix Heide is a German computer scientist working primarily in the fields of computational imaging , computer vision , computer graphics , and deep learning. He then attended Stanford University as a postdoctoral scholar. In , Felix Heide co-founded Algolux, a Montreal -based artificial intelligence company developing robust perception technology for all conditions.