Purdue CS graphics and vision faculty will present four papers at CVPR 2023
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This year, Purdue CS computer graphics and computer vision faculty will present 4 papers at the 2023 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), the No. 1 conference in Engineering & Computer Science per Google Scholar.
The conference will be held in Vancouver, Canadas, June 18-22. CVPR is the premier annual computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and short courses. Faculty members Daniel Aliaga, Bedrich Benes, and Raymond Yeh have four accepted papers collectively, with one paper, supervised by Benes, being selected as a CVPR highlight paper. Aliaga is a program committee member of the CVPR Workshop on Deep Learning for Geometric Computing, and Yeh is an Area Chair.
“Tree Instance Segmentation using Temporal Structured Images”, Adnan Firoze, Cameron Wingren, Raymond A. Yeh, Bedrich Benes, Daniel Aliaga.
“ObjectStitch: Object Compositing with Diffusion Model”, Yizhi Song, Zhifei Zhang, Zhe Lin, Scott Cohen, Brian Price, Jianming Zhang, Soo Ye Kim, Daniel Aliaga.
“PixHt-Lab: Pixel Height Based Light Effect Generation for Image Compositing”, Yichen Sheng, Jianming Zhang, Julien Philip, Yannick Hold-Geoffroy, Xin Sun, He Zhang, Lu Ling, Bedrich Benes.
“Score Jacobian Chaining: Lifting Pretrained 2D Diffusion Models for 3D Generation”, Haochen Wang, Xiaodan Du, Jiahao Li, Raymond A. Yeh, Greg Shakhnarovich.
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