About

Cheng'an He 何城安

I'm a third-year Ph.D. student at Yale University, where I joined the Computer Graphics Group and started working with Prof. Julie Dorsey, Prof. Holly Rushmeier and Prof. Theodore Kim. My research interests lie in the area of computer graphics with some previous projects covering 3D reconstruction, reflectance capture, appearance modeling, and motion synthesis. Currently, my work focuses on implicit neural representation, which leverages emerging neural representations such as NeRF and SIREN to solve inverse rendering problems.

GitHub Curriculum Vitae [Nov. 2021]

Past Experience

Publications

Learning Efficient Illumination Multiplexing for Joint Capture of Reflectance and Shape

Kaizhang Kang, Cihui Xie, Chengan He, Mingqi Yi, Minyi Gu, Zimin Chen, Kun Zhou, Hongzhi Wu
ACM Transactions on Graphics (Proc. of SIGGRAPH Asia 2019)
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