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Mark Boss

PhD. Student

University of Tübingen

Biography

Mark Boss is a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Hendrik Lensch at the Computer Graphics Group at the University of Tübingen. His research interests lie at the intersection of machine learning and computer graphics, with the main focus on the efficient acquisition and representation of materials.

Interests

  • Machine Learning
  • Computer Graphics
  • Material Acquisition

Education

  • MSc in Computer Science, 2018

    University of Tübingen

  • BSc in Computer Science, 2016

    Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

News

Two-shot Spatially-varying BRDF and Shape Estimation

Recent Publications

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Two-shot Spatially-varying BRDF and Shape Estimation

Capturing the shape and spatially-varying appearance (SVBRDF) of an object from images is a challenging task that has applications in …

Single Image BRDF Parameter Estimation with a Conditional Adversarial Network

Creating plausible surfaces is an essential component in achieving a high degree of realism in rendering. To relieve artists, who …

Deep Dual Loss BRDF Parameter Estimation

Surface parameter estimation is an essential field in computer games and movies. An exact representation of a real-world surface allows …

CNN-based BRDF parameter estimation

The behavior of surfaces is an essential field in computer games and movies. An exact representation of a real-world surface allows for …

Theses

CNN-based BRDF parameter estimation

The behavior of surfaces is an essential field in computer games and movies. An exact representation of a real-world surface allows for …

Projects

Infomark

A free, scalable, modern and open source solution for programming lectures supporting auto-testing/grading of programming assignments …

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

PhD. Student

University of Tübingen

Jun 2018 – Present Tübingen, Germany
Research on deep learning based material acquisition.
 
 
 
 
 

Research Intern

NVIDIA

Apr 2019 – Jul 2019 Westford, MA
Research on casual shape and material acquisition, which resulted in the publication: “Two-shot Spatially-varying BRDF and Shape Estimation”
 
 
 
 
 

Android Developer

zahlz

Jul 2015 – Jun 2017 Osnabrück
Development of an Android Application for a mobile payment system.