Aleksander Hołyński

PhD Student
University of Washington

Google Scholar / CV

About me

I'm a PhD student at the University of Washington, advised by Steve Seitz, Brian Curless, and Rick Szeliski. I work on computer vision and graphics.

Most of my research is related to 3D capture and reconstruction: topics like structure-from-motion, multi-view stereo, and image-based rendering, as well as some applications in augmented & virtual reality.

During the PhD, I've been fortunate enough to spend three great summers at Google and Facebook. Before moving to Seattle, I received my B.S. at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I'm originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico.


Animating Pictures with Eulerian Motion Fields
Aleksander Holynski, Brian Curless, Steven M. Seitz, Richard Szeliski
arXiv preprint

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Reducing Drift in Structure From Motion Using Extended Features
Aleksander Holynski, David Geraghty, Jan-Michael Frahm, Chris Sweeney, Richard Szeliski
3DV 2020 (Oral)

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Seeing the World in a Bag of Chips
Jeong Joon Park, Aleksander Holynski, Steve Seitz
CVPR 2020 (Oral)

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Fast Depth Densification for Occlusion-aware Augmented Reality

Aleksander Holynski, Johannes Kopf
SIGGRAPH Asia 2018

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Structure from Motion for Panorama-Style Videos

Chris Sweeney, Aleksander Holynski, Brian Curless, Steve Seitz
arXiv preprint 2018