Steven Seitz

Professor

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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
Box 352350
Seattle, Washington 98195-2350

Office: CSE 592 (directions), in the Allen Center
Phone: (206) 616-9431
Fax: (206) 543-2969 
Email: seitz@cs.washington.edu
Assistant: Jennifer Snow (206) 685-1964 , CSE 456


Education: Ph.D., U. Wisconsin, Madison, 1997. B.A., U.C. Berkeley, 1991.
Areas of Interest: computer vision, computer graphics
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Affiliations: Graphics and Imaging Laboratory (GRAIL), Google (Seattle Office)
Teaching:  Winter 2012:  455 (ugrad Computer Vision);  previous courses  taught, see also UW-MSR Course on "Vision Algorithms"

New Publications:

 
Photo Recall
VSM 14
  
Age Progression
CVPR 14
 
Occluding Contour Stereo
CVPR 14
 
3D Wikipedia SIGGRAPH Asia 13 visual turing test
3DV 13
single view modeling
 3DV 13

Commercial Highlights

Other Representative Papers:

Photo Collections

collection flow
CVPR 12
Photobios
SIGGRAPH 11
Where's
Waldo

CVPR 11
Being John Malkovic
ECCV 10
wisdom
of crowds
photo paths scene summarization photo tourism

Image-Based Rendering and Illumination

iphone
scene
capture

UIST 12
photo tours
3DIMPVT 12
dynamic
mosaics

3DimPVT 12
Regenerative morphing
CVPR 10
scene dimension
ICCV 09
inverse light
transport
the space of
all stereo images
single view
modeling
view
morphing

3D Shape Reconstruction

Multicore... Shape and Motion
schematic
surface
reconstruction

CVPR 12
 3D faces in the wild
ICCV 11
Bundle
Adjustment

CVPR 11
Rome in a day
ACM Research Highlights 11
Internet-scale MVS
CVPR 10
3D buildings
ICCV 09
manhattan stereo
CVPR 09
skeletal sets for SFM internet
stereo
mview
stereo eval
mview stereo
revisited
learning
MRF stereo
spacetime
 faces 
example-based
reconstruction
shape+motion
with shading
space carving voxel coloring

Motion and Animation

Flow-based Synthesis

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filter flow
ICCV 09
video storyboards rotoscoping
 
flow-based
video editing

 
video-based
cloth modeling
capturing
rigid body dynamics

motion
sketching

authoring physically-
based animations
cyclic motion

Vision for HCI

Video-Based Document Tracking
video objects office of
the past
vision for
crowd games

Full list of Publications (Google Scholar)

Online Talks

Graduate Advisees

Postdocs

Former Students and Postdocs

Sponsors


Last Changed: July 11, 2014