CAMERA welcomes new Research Associate
The CAMERA team is very pleased to welcome Xiaokun (Kelvin) Wu to the team. Kelvin joins us from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and will be working closely work with Prof Eamonn O’Neill and Dr Yongliang Yang.
Kelvin is aiming at delivering high quality working solutions to virtual reality problems; focusing mainly on applying regular structure constraints in geometric processing tasks. He is also very interested in adopting learning techniques for 3D problems. Currently he is working with Daniel Finnegan on a 3D spatial audio rendering problem.
Before Kelvin joined CAMERA, he received his PhD degree in natural science (Dr. rer. nat.) from Max-Planck-Institut in Germany. The main field of his PhD study was computer graphics, and the main theme was structure-aware content creation. He worked across several topics such as symmetry structure detection, structure aware deformation and 3D retargetting. Before that, Kelvin received his MSc degree in applied mathematics from Zhejiang University in China. He had broad interests in applying mathematics tools for solving computer science problems during his MSc study, focused on computer graphics problems, especially geometric processing for 3D point cloud.
You can contact Kelvin on [email protected]