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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • PHD Student

Biography

I am currently a first-year PHD student in the Rainbow Group at the University of Cambridge School of Computer Science and Technology being supervised by Dr Rafal Mantiuk. Prior to joinng the Rainbow group I attended the University of St Andrews where I graduated with a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and completed an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science at the University of Cambridge. During my time at St Andrews I worked as a Research Assistant to Dr Peter Cameron working on problems in discrete mathematics. At Cambridge I have also been a Research Assistant to Dr Cengiz Oztireli working on problems related to neural implicit surface representations, gaining a wide exposure to state of the art machine learning based apporaches to surface representation and occupancy functions.

My research involves constructing perceptual models of rendering quality and applying these models to accelerate both rendering perfromance particularly in the context of global illumination.

Research

Percpetually accelerated rendering.

Global illumination.

Image quality metrics.

Neural implicit shape representations,

 

Teaching

2020-2021:

Supervior - Advanced Algorithms (Part II)

Contact Details

Room: 
GC03
Email: 

jgm45@cam.ac.uk