- Nature, Vol. 572(7771), pp. 620–623, 2019
The Graphics and Imaging Lab is a research group working on computer graphics and computational imaging at Universidad de Zaragoza. The group does relevant research in the areas of physically-based rendering, image processing, computational imaging, virtual reality, applied perception... There are currently five main lines of research, which can be browsed here.
Prof. Diego Gutierrez is the founder and head of the lab, which additionally has four faculty members, three postdocs, six PhD students and a number of master and undergrad students. We additionally collaborate with a number of institutions, both in academia and industry.
We are hiring! We are looking for motivated, excellent early-stage researchers to be part of the EU-funded PRIME Innovative Training Network. Check out the outstanding consortium and the available positions here. Two PhD positions are available at the Graphics & Imaging Lab, and 15 consortium-wide.
|Nov , 2020||
Our paper The joint role of geometry and illumination on material recognition has been accepted in the Journal of Vision (JoV).
|Sep , 2020||
Our paper Computing the bidirectional scattering of a microstructure using scalar diffraction theory and path tracing has been accepted in Pacific Graphics 2020.
|Sep , 2020||
Our papers Imperceptible manipulation of lateral camera motion for improved virtual reality applications and A General Framework for Pearlescent Materials have been accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2020.
|Jul , 2020||
Our paper Auditory stimuli degrade visual performance in virtual reality has been published in Scientific Reports.
|Apr , 2020||
Ana Serrano will receive this year the Eurographics PhD Award.