Stanford Computer Science

GRAI - Graphics Meets AI


This fall, an exciting new cross-disciplinary reading group named GRAI will kick off. In the weekly event we will discuss state-of-the art research that lies on the frontier between the fields of computer graphics, computer vision, and robotics. While the core topic of the meeting will be "Vision-based Graphics and 3D Video", we will also discuss a wider range of subjects including:

  • Animation Reconstruction
  • 3D Computer Vision
  • Image-and Video-based Rendering
  • Sensor Fusion
  • Scene Reconstruction in Robotics
  • Computational Photography
  • Image, Video and Scene Understanding
  • Motion Capture and Motion Analysis
  • Machine Learning for Vision and Graphics
  • ...
Come and join us, share your thoughts and ideas, and get involved by presenting your work or discuss a paper. We hope for lively and fun discussions. GRAI will also be a great venue for new graduate students to get in touch with Stanford researchers.

The meetings in winter quarter restart on Feb. 2 2008

As usual GRAI meets on Fridays between 2 pm and 3:30 pm in the Gates Building, Room 104. (!! ATTENTION - room changed !!)

Please check our PROGRAM and list of TOPICS SEARCHING FOR PRESENTERS/DISCUSSANTS
Please subscribe to our MAILING LIST here or drop a mail to the organizers if you'd like to be added to it.


Organizers
Christian Theobalt
theobalt [ at ] cs.stanford.edu
Sebastian Thrun
thrun [ at ] stanford.edu