Computer Science and EngineeringCSE290J Advanced Topics in Computer Graphics and Visual Computing

A graduate seminar in computer graphics on topics from recently published research journal articles and conference proceedings. Topics vary from year to year depending on interests of students. Primary areas of interest are likely to be scientific visualization, modeling, rendering, scattered data techniques, wavelets, and color and vision models. Students read technical papers and present class lectures. Guest lecturers supplement the student presentations. A research project is required. (Formerly Computer Science 290B.)

Credits

5

Instructor

Alex Pang, Suresh Lodha, James Davis

Repeatable for credit

Yes