Brown Visual Computing Seminar

Fridays, 12 noon ET

The Brown Visual Computing Seminar is a series of talks organized by the Visual Computing Group at Brown University. The seminar will have talks by experts on topics such as computer vision, computer graphics, HCI, animation, visualization, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. It will be held on select Fridays each semester at 12 noon Eastern Time.

Most talks will be made available live via Zoom Webinar, and recorded via YouTube. Please click on the link next to the speaker to add to your calendar.

Fall 2022 Speakers

All talks are at 12 noon Eastern Time.

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Location Calendar
30-Sep-2022 Michael Zollhoefer Meta Reality Labs Research (RLR) Complete Codec Telepresence Recording Coming Soon
7-Oct-2022 James Landay Stanford University “AI For Good” Isn’t Good Enough: A Call for Human-Centered AI Zoom Add to calendar
14-Oct-2022 Yin Li UW Madison Learning Visual Knowledge from Paired Image-Text Data Zoom Add to calendar
11-Nov-2022 Derek Liu U Toronto / Roblox Research Generative Models for Stylized Geometry Zoom Add to calendar
18-Nov-2022 Mackenzie Leake MIT Integrating expertise into computational tools for design and media authoring Zoom Add to calendar
2-Dec-2022 Andrea Tagliasacchi Simon Fraser / Google TBA Zoom Add to calendar
9-Dec-2022 Pat Hanrahan Stanford Shading Languages and the Emergence of Programmable Graphics Systems Zoom Add to calendar


Thanks to Shriram Krishnamurthi and Tarun Rajnish.