The Department of Computer Science is seeking a new staff member to fill the position of Faculty Support Staff to serve the department in the DGP lab. This is a wonderful opportunity to join a vibrant lab and department with an outstanding interdisciplinary and international culture. Please see the U of T job posting for information about the position, and how to apply.
What’s it like to work at Industrial Light and Magic? Noah talks about his research and working at ILM. https://www.utoronto.ca/news/what-s-it-work-industrial-light-magic-ask-u-t-grad
Michelle Annett presented with the L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science-NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Supplement Award
On January 19th, 2016, Michelle Annett was presented with the L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science-NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Supplement Award. UNESCO and L’Oreal invited the top 3% of female post-docs that have received an NSERC PDF Award to apply for this … read more
“As an animator, I’m trying to animate realistically,” says Chris Landreth, Academy Award® winning animator and filmmaker – and now distinguished research artist-in-residence in the University of Toronto’s department of computer science. Read the full article at http://news.utoronto.ca/oscar-winning-animator-and-filmmaker-chris-landreth-u-t-computer-science.
PhD Candidate and DGP member Rorik Henrikson was recently featured in the U of T news, exploring his research. Adopting his early interest in stage, film and television planning, he created Storeoboard – his stereoscopic 3D storyboard software. Storeoboard was … read more
Work of Matt O’Toole, Kyros Kutulakos (with colleagues S. Achar and S. Narasimhan from CMU) featured in the New York Times
Their work on improving the depth-sensing cameras has been published in the New York Times. The article can be found here.
Prof. John Stasko of Georgia Tech visited the DGP to talk about visual analytics and information/data visualization. BIO John Stasko is a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a widely published and … read more
Matt O’Toole, Kyros Kutulakos (with colleagues S. Achar and S. Narasimhan from CMU) won the Best Demo Award at CVPR 2015
Their work on “Energy-Efficient Structured Light Imaging” has been awarded with the Best Demo Award at CVPR 2015.