Sebastian Maisch, Dipl. Inform.
Sebastian Maisch joined the VISCOM group in April 2015.
Sebastian holds a Diploma in Computer Science (2015) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He wrote his Diploma thesis at the KIT's Computer Graphics Group. The title of the thesis was: Discrete Ordinate Methods with WENO Interpolation.
- Global Illumination
- Participating Media
- Skin Rendering
Lectures, Projects and Seminars
Open Topics for Theses
I like to supervise theses with topics in the fields of Real-Time Rendering, Global Illumination or Physically Based Rendering, but also from other fields in Computer Graphics.
If you are interested in writing a thesis, please send me an email or drop by my office.
The lab of the VISCOM group contains a 2.5m x 4m sized projection wall. We use 12 x 2 FullHD projectors to show interactive images using passive stereo. The wall contains a touch interface for input.
Improving Perception of Molecular Surface Visualizations by Incorporating Translucency EffectsProocedings of VCBM 2018,
Deep-learning the Latent Space of Light Transportarxiv pre-print,
Spatial Adjacency Maps for Translucency Simulation under General IlluminationComputer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of Eurographics 2017), 36(2):443-453
A Comparative Study of Mipmapping Techniques for Interactive Volume VisualizationJournal of WSCG, 24(2):35-42