Computer Graphics Laboratory ETH Zurich

ETH

Seminar on Digital Humans - AS 22

Description

Course Topics

This seminar covers advanced topic in digital humans with a focus on the latest research results. Topics include estimating human pose and motion from images, human motion synthesis, learning-based human avatar creation, learning neural implicit representations for humans, modeling, animations, artificial intelligence for digital characters, and others. A collection of research papers is selected.

Course Setup

Every participant has to present one of the papers presented in the first session. Additionally, you are required to read the paper that is presented in class beforehand and participate in a discussion during the seminar. An assistant will provide support when preparing the slides and in case technical questions arise.

Learning Objectives

The goal is to get an overview of actual research topics in the field of digital humans and to improve presentation and critical analysis skills.

Administration

Presence

Presence is mandatory to pass the seminar. If a student cannot attend a seminar session, the reason (e.g. medical certificate) has to be given before the session and must be accepted by one of the organizers. More than three missed seminar sessions will cause the student to fail this class. The dates for the presentations cannot be moved.

Grading

The presentation of the selected paper contributes 75% to the final grade. Additionally, the students are required to submit a short abstract of each paper before the class (5%) as well as to lead the discussion of another paper (20%).

Organization

Number 263-5702-00L
Lecturers M. Gross, B. Solenthaler, S. Tang, R. Wampfler
Location HG E 22, Thursdays 16:15-18:00

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Schedule

Date Topic Paper Student Supervisor
22-SeptIntroduction
29-SeptInvited SpeakerMoRF: Morphable Radiance Fields for Multiview Neural Head Modeling