Dr. Christian Richardt
I am a Lecturer (=Assistant Professor) in the Visual Computing Group at the University of Bath. My research interests cover the fields of image processing, computer graphics and computer vision, with a focus on video processing for 360 degree videos, light fields, and for user-centric applications.
I am also interested in stereoscopic vision and graphics, computational photography and non-photorealistic rendering (NPR). In my work, I also often build on insights from human visual perception and use techniques from multi-view geometry. I furthermore enjoy teaching, mentoring and supervising student projects – many of which have received project prizes at Cambridge.
I was previously a postdoctoral researcher working on user-centric video processing and motion capture with Christian Theobalt at the Intel Visual Computing Institute at Saarland University and also in the Graphics, Vision and Video group at Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik in Saarbrücken, Germany. Previously, I was a postdoc in the REVES team at Inria Sophia Antipolis, France, working with George Drettakis and Adrien Bousseau, and I interned with Alexander Sorkine-Hornung at Disney Research Zurich where I worked on Megastereo panoramas.
I graduated with a PhD and BA from the University of Cambridge in 2012 and 2007, respectively. My PhD in the Computer Laboratory’s Rainbow Group was supervised by Neil Dodgson. My doctoral research investigated the full life cycle of videos with depth (RGBZ videos): from their acquisition, via filtering and processing, to the evaluation of stereoscopic display.
2016-08 – I started a new position as Lecturer (=Assistant Professor) at University of Bath.
2016-03 – I am looking to fill a fully-funded PhD position on light field synthesis for start in October 2016 (position filled).
2016-02 – I will be joining the University of Bath as a Lecturer in August 2016.
2015-08 – Our paper on 4D Model Flow was presented at Pacific Graphics 2015.