In my research work I combine methods of image processing, computer graphics, and visual psychophysics. My current research is focused on a precise measurement, and modeling of material appearance. My research scope covers variety of applied contexts ranging from virtual design to quality control of material appearance.

Research topics (up to 2014):

 Material appearance acquisition (fabric, leather, wood, paints, ...)

   - spatially homogeneous materials - Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF)

   - textured materials - Bidirectional Texture Function (BTF)

 Analysis, compression, and modelling of material appearance

 Visual perception of material appearance (visual psychophysics)

 Dynamic textures and video sequences analysis, restoration, and modelling

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Last update 18/04/2015