Niloy J. Mitra leads the Smart Geometry Processing group in the Department of Computer Science at University College London. He received his PhD from Stanford University under the guidance of Leonidas Guibas. His research interests include shape analysis, creativeAI, and computational design and fabrication. Niloy received the ACM Siggraph Significant New Researcher Award in 2013 and the BCS Roger Needham award in 2015. His work has twice been featured as research highlights in the Communications of the ACM, received best paper award at ACM Symposium on Geometry Processing 2014, and Honourable Mention at Eurographics 2014. Besides research, Niloy is an active DIYer and loves reading, bouldering, and cooking.
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CreativeAI: Machine Learning meets 3D Content Creation
A long-standing goal of Computer Graphics is to create high-quality geometric content for a variety of applications including games, movies, product design, and enginnering simulation. Decades of...
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