Admission in 2016

Nobuhiro Ikeya

Master thesis

Far-infrared Photometric Stereo Using Decomposition Based on Temporal Characteristics of Light and Heat

International Conference

K. Tanaka, N. Ikeya, T. Takatani, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Time-resolved Light Transport Decomposition for Thermal Photometric Stereo'', Proc. CVPR2018, June 2018.
K. Tanaka, N. Ikeya, T. Takatani, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Time-resolved Light Transport Decomposition for Thermal Photometric Stereo'', Poster session in ICCP2018, May 2018.

Taishi Ono

Master thesis

Practical BRDF Reconstruction from Real Object using Reliable Regions in Geometry Acquired from Multi-view Images

Journal

T. Ono, H. Kubo, K. Tanaka, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Practical BRDF Reconstruction using Reliable Regions in Geometry from Multi-View Stereo'', Computational Visual Media, 2019.

International Conference

T. Ono, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``BRDF Reconstruction from Real Object using Reconstructed Geometry of Multiview Images'', The 12th International Workshop on Robust Computer Vision, (IWRCV), Jan. 2018.
T. Ono, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``BRDF Reconstruction from Real Object using Reconstructed Geometry of Multi-view Images'', Proc. SIGGRAPH Asia2017, Nov. 2017.

Takehiro Kajihara

Master thesis

Non-rigid Registration of Serial Section Images by Blending Transforms for 3D Reconstruction

Award

Student Travel Prize
T. Kajihara, ``Feature-based non-rigid registration of serial section images by blending rigid transformations'', The 4th Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition (ACPR 2017), 2017/11/28.

International Conference

T. Kajihara, T. Funatomi, H. Kubo, T. Aoto, H. Makishima, S. Yamada, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Feature-Based Non-Rigid Registration of Serial Section Images by Blending Rigid Transformations'', The 12th International Workshop on Robust Computer Vision, (IWRCV), Jan. 2018.
T. Kajihara, T. Funatomi, H. Makishima, T. Aoto, H. Kubo, S. Yamada, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Feature-based non-rigid registration of serial section images by blending rigid transformations'', Proc. IAPR Asian Conference on Pattern Recognition (ACPR2017), Nov. 2017. [Student Travel Prize]

Domestic Conference

T. Kajihara, T. Funatomi, H. Makishima, T. Aoto, H. Kubo, S. Yamada, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Non-rigid registration of serial section images by blending 2D rigid transformations'', Meeting on Image Recognition and Understanding (MIRU2017), Aug. 2017.

Yuki Sato

Master thesis

Visualization of the temporal change of the light propagation of translucent objects by Monte Carlo simulation

Daisuke Suzuki

Master thesis

Defogging of Time-of-Flight Measurement on Different Reflectance

Karin Tsuda

Master thesis

A Unified Framework on Temporal Light Field Processing for Refocusing and Repanning

Kazusa Tsubota

Master thesis

Examining Single Scattering Region and Diffusion Region for Scattering Analysis

International Conference

K. Tsubota, T. Takatani, T. Aoto, K. Tanaka, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Examining Single Scattering Region in Concentration, Depth, and Wavelength on Diluted Media'', OSJ - OSA Joint Symposia on Nanophotonics and Digital Photonics, Oct. 2017.

Masakiyo Nishikawa

Master thesis

Visualizing Displacement of Rays caused by Refraction in Contact Imaging

Yuki Minetomo

Master thesis

Acquiring Scattering Properties from a Single Image

Journal

Y. Minetomo, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, M. Shinya, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Acquiring Non-parametric Scattering Phase Function from a Single Image'', Computational Visual Media, Aug. 2018.

International Conference

Y. Minetomo, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, M. Shinya, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Acquiring Non-parametric Scattering Phase Function from a Single Image'', The 12th International Workshop on Robust Computer Vision, (IWRCV), Jan. 2018.
Y. Minetomo, H. Kubo, T. Funatomi, M. Shinya, Y. Mukaigawa, ``Acquiring Non-parametric Scattering Phase Function from a Single Image'', Proc. SIGGRAPH Asia2017, Nov. 2017.

Akihiro Miyata

Master thesis

Normal Estimation of a Translucent Object from Polarization States by Single Scattering