I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from KAIST in August 2019 (supervisor: Prof. Min H. Kim). My research lies in the field of Computer Vision and Graphics. I am interested in inferring and recovering the real world information from captured images. My doctoral research focuses on developing systems and methods to acquire the full 3D geometry of an object and its reflectance (a.k.a., inverse rendering) for hyper-realistic appearance rendering in virtual reality and augmented reality. For detailed information, find my CV [here].
Practical SVBRDF Acquisition of 3D Objects with Unstructured Flash Photography
ACM Transactions on Graphics, (ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2018)
Simultaneous Acquisition of Microscale Reflectance and Normals
ACM Transactions on Graphics, Vol.35(6) (ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2016)
*US Patent registered on May 7, 2019.