Graphics and Imaging Lab

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 five faculty members, two 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.

Latest news

Jan , 2022

Our work ScanGAN360: A Generative Model of Realistic Scanpaths for 360º Images has been accepted into the IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG) Special Issue on the 2022 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR).

Jan , 2022

New incorporations in our team! Two PhD students have joined us on their journey! Check the team section.

Dec , 2021

Our work Multimodality in VR: A survey has been accepted at ACM Computing Surveys.

Dec , 2021

Our work Towards assisting the decision-making process for content creators in cinematic virtual reality through the analysis of movie cuts and their influence on viewers’ behavior has been accepted at International Transactions in Operational Research.

Dec , 2021

Our work Evaluation of Fixational Behavior throughout Life has been accepted at Brain Sciences.

Dec , 2021

Our PhD student Manuel Lagunas has succesfully defended his PhD thesis. He is now an Applied Scientist at Amazon Madrid.

Dec , 2021

Our PhD student Julia Guerrero Viu has received the WONNOW award to the female student with the best academic record in STEM at national level.

Nov , 2021

New incorporations in our team! Two PhD students have joined us on their journey! Check the team section.

Sep , 2021

Our works Beyond Mie Theory: Systematic Computation of Bulk Scattering Parameters based on Microphysical Wave Optics and Differentiable Transient Rendering have been accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2021.

Sep , 2021

New incorporation in our team! Ana Serrano will join us as an Assistant Professor.



Where to Find Us

Universidad de Zaragoza
EINA (Edificio Ada Byron)
Maria de Luna, 1
50018 Zaragoza (Spain)

Contact Us

diegog AT unizar DOT es