I'm very happy to be part of 4 papers accepted at CVPR 2021:
The pre-prints and code/data will be released shortly.
ArtEmis: Affective Language for Visual Art with Panos Achlioptas, Kilichbek Haydarov, Mohamed Elhoseiny and Leonidas Guibas (oral)
Physically-aware Generative Network for 3D Shape Modeling with Mariem Mezghanni, Malika Boulkenafed and Andre Lieutier (poster)
Learning Delaunay Surface Elements for Mesh Reconstruction with Paul Guerrero, Noam Aigerman and Niloy Mitra (oral)
Fast Sinkhorn Filters: Using Matrix Scaling for Non-Rigid Shape Correspondence with Functional Maps with Gautam Pai, Jing Ren, Peter Wonka and Simone Melzi (poster)
I gave a talk in the TUM AI Lecture Series. The talk was on various ways of modeling and solving matching problems with learning techniques.
We are organizing a Tutorial on Inverse Spectral Geometry at Eurographics 2021. This tutorial will overview the recent (very exciting!) developments in recovering geometry from spectral quantities. A preliminary description can be found on the Eurographics website. Please join us if you are interested in how to
hear the shape of the drum.
Orthogonalized Fourier Polynomials for Signal Approximation and Transfer with the colleagues from Sapienza University of Rome and ICL has been accepted at Eurographics 2021. The code, prepared by Filippo Maggioli is available here.
Our paper on
Geometric analysis of shape variability of lower jaws of prehistoric humans has been published in the L'Anthropologie. Our first publication in such a venue. It's a step towards making shape comparison more automatic and reproducible in different sciences.
I gave a talk on Efficient Methods for 3D Shape Comparison in the Christmas Colloquium on Computer Vision organised by Skoltech and Samsung. The event was geared towards Russian speakers, but the lectures (including mine) are mostly in English.