Dr. Christian Richardt
christian [at] richardt [dot] name
Mailing AddressInria Sophia Antipolis
2004, route des Lucioles – BP 93
06902 Sophia Antipolis Cedex
2013-07-23 – I (co-)presented our IBR perception paper at SIGGRAPH in Anaheim.
2013-06-26 – I presented our Megastereo paper at CVPR in Portland, as an oral paper (3.3% acceptance rate).
2013-03-01 – Our paper on Constructing High-Resolution Stereo Panoramas (‘Megastereo’) was accepted to CVPR 2013 (oral).
2012-09-17 – Some bugs fixed and updates for my RGBZ camera paper.
I am a postdoc in the REVES team at Inria Sophia Antipolis, France, working with George Drettakis and Adrien Bousseau. Before interning with Alexander Sorkine-Hornung at Disney Research Zurich to work on stereoscopic panoramas, I graduated with a PhD and BA from the University of Cambridge in 2012 and 2007, respectively. My PhD in the Rainbow Graphics & Interaction Group of the Computer Laboratory was supervised by Neil Dodgson. My 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. During my PhD, I also visited the MPI Informatik to work with Christian Theobalt on RGBZ videos.
My research interests lie broadly in the fields of computer graphics, image processing and computer vision, with a focus on stereoscopic vision and graphics, computational photography as well as non-photorealistic rendering (NPR). More broadly, I am also interested in image-based rendering, human visual perception and viewing comfort, and multi-view stereo.
I also enjoy teaching, mentoring and supervising student projects – many of which have received project prizes at Cambridge.