Petr Kellnhofer has completed his PhD at Max-Planck Institute for Informatics in Germany under supervision of Prof. Karol Myszkowski and Prof. Hans-Peter Seidel. His thesis on perceptual modeling of human vision for stereoscopy was awarded the Eurographics PhD award. Afterwards he worked as a postdoc with Prof. Wojciech Matusik at MIT CSAIL and later as a visiting scholar with Prof. Gordon Wetzstein at Stanford University. He has also gained industry experience as a researcher in a semiconductor startup Raxium. In 2021, Petr has joined CGV at TU Delft. His current research interests include perceptual modeling, computational displays, neural rendering and gaze tracking.
- Computational displays and perceptual rendering (example)
- Neural rendering (example)
- Computational imaging and deep learning (example)
- Appearance-based gaze tracking (example)
- Neural sensing (example)