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SCIEN presents "Computational Imaging at Light"

Topic: 
Computational Imaging at Light
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 4:30pm
Venue: 
Packard 101
Speaker: 
Radek Grzeszczuk (Light)
Abstract / Description: 

Light develops computational imaging technologies that utilize heterogenous constellations of small cameras to create sophisticated imaging effects. This enables the company to provide hardware solutions that are compact – they can easily fit into a cell phone, or a similar small form factor. In this talk, I will review the recent progress of computational imaging research done at the company.

Bio:

Radek is the Senior Director of Computational Imaging at Light. He received the PhD degree ('98) in Computer Science from University of Toronto. He moved to Silicon Valley in 1997, where he has been working as an individual contributor and managing teams of scientists and engineers in the areas of computer graphics, 3D modeling, augmented reality and visual search. Before joining Light, he has worked at Intel Research Labs ('97-'06), Nokia Research Center ('06-'12), Microsoft ('12-'15), Uber ('15-'16), and Amazon's A9 ('16-'18).