I am a Ph.D. student at Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory, Université Laval. My research interests are deep learning, computer vision and computer graphics. I got my master in Culture Technology from GSCT, KAIST. I was a member of EVE, which is one of the research teams of Visual Media Lab, supervised by Prof. Junyong Noh.

I write about my academic life on my blog. Please take a look at it! I would greatly appreciate your feedback.

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Neural Rendering for Novel View Synthesis

I am finally done with my courses. So, I had my final presentation for my directed reading course on Thursday, September 3, 2020. This presentation was about using neural rendering […]

Generative Adversarial Networks

As you may know, I have a course called “directed reading”, which my supervisor decides about four topics related to my PhD thesis. I need to read about each one […]

HDR Image-Based Lighting

As my second presentation for the directed reading course, I did a presentation on high dynamic range image-based lighting for my lab mates. I used the book “High Dynamic Range […]

Physically based rendering

This summer semester, I have the last course of my PhD program, which is directed reading. In this course, I will read about some topics to gain a deeper knowledge […]

Master Thesis Defense

I did my master thesis defense on June 3rd, 2019 (I know it was almost six months ago!). The title of my defense was: “Cinemagraph Generation from a static image […]

Presentation Day!

This Tuesday I had two totally different presentations. One of them was a persuasive presentation as a homework in “Graduate English Presentation” class. The title of this presentation was “Gender: […]

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The process of preparing programs for a digital computer is especially attractive, not only because it can be economically and scientifically rewarding, but also because it can be an aesthetic experience much like composing poetry or music.
Donald Knuth