Joo Ho Lee
I am an assistant professor and a research leader of the Visual Computing Laboratory at Sogang University. Before joining Sogang University, I received my Ph.D. degree from the Department of Computer Science at KAIST, advised by Prof. Min H. Kim. I worked at the autonomous vision group as a postdoc.
I am looking for passionate students who want to join our group (as master student or phd student). If you are interested, please send your CV, transcripts, and research interest.
We are also hiring research interns for undergraduate students who are interested in computer graphics, vision, and machine learning.
Research Area: Visual Computing
3D appearance reconstruction
Realtime 3D geometry and texture reconstruction
Other graphics and vision applications
My research interest lies on visual computing that combines computer graphics and computer vision. I am mainly aiming at reconstructing the high-fidelity visual contents. By understanding and utilizing the principles of light transport between cameras and objects, I designed the real phenomena in the surface-reflection model for realistic rendering and built up the physical-based reconstruction methods to generate visually accurate 2D or 3D digital contents. Besides, I implemented a real-time application of scene reconstruction with high-resolution texture, where people can give feedback on the fly. I will keep doing my research in this direction to lower the hurdle between the virtual and real world.
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