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.
Multi-Resolution Rendering for Computationally Expensive Lighting Effects
International Conferences in Central Europe on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision
Deep-learning the Latent Space of Light TransportComputer Graphics Forum (Proc. EGSR 2019),
Improving Perception of Molecular Surface Visualizations by Incorporating Translucency EffectsProocedings of VCBM 2018,
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