CGGC seminar (talk #187)
Date:    Thursday 16/06/2011  (note special day)
Time:    10:30 am  (note special time)
Room:    Taub 337
Speaker: Ligang Liu, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Title:   Geometry-driven Image Manipulation
Abstract: The talk will include two parts. In the first part, I will
present an overview of my research in geometry processing, including mesh
parameterization, surface reconstruction, shape analysis and segmentation.
In the second part, I will describe my recent work on geometry-driven
image manipulation, including mesh-warping based image retargeting, photo
composition optimization and parametric human reshaping.
Short bio: Ligang Liu is a professor of mathematics at Zhejiang
University. He studied geometric modeling and computer graphics at
Zhejiang University, where he received his Ph.D. degree in 2001. Between
2001 and 2004 Liu worked at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, and spent
a year at Harvard University during 2009. His research interests include
geometric modeling and processing, computer graphics, and image
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