Address : Universidad de Zaragoza, EINA (Edificio Ada Byron). C/ Maria de Luna 1, 50018, Zaragoza (Spain)
Room : D2.17
Phone : (+34) 876 555537 - Extension 845537
E-mail : adolfo AT unizar DOT es
Adolfo Muñoz is an Associate Professor at the Departament of Computer Science and Systems Engineering at Universidad de Zaragoza, who teaches at the School of Engineering and Architecture. In April 2010 he defended his PhD theses Light Transport in Participating Media (supervised by Prof. Diego Gutierrez and Prof. Francisco J. Seron) which established his original research topics, including light transport simulation and capture and modeling of material appearance. More recently he has incorporated other interests such as computational imaging. He belongs to the Graphics and Imaging Lab. He has co-authored publications in high impact journals, and illustrated his capacity of working in big international teams (with multiple co-authors from several institutions around the world) as well as his own individual ability as researcher (with a first quartile publication with a single author).
Our paper Sparse Ellipsometry: Portable Acquisition of Polarimetric SVBRDF and Shape with Unstructured Flash Photography has been accepted in SIGGRAPH 2022.
The winner and honorable mention of the 2022 rendering contest of the Computer Graphics bachelor course are Samuel Pérez, Mateo Vallejo and Sara Guillén.
The winner and honorable mention of the 2nd rendering contest of the Modeling and Simulation of Appearance master course are Fernando García, Alberto García and Francisco Navarro.
Our paper A Learning Experience Toward the Understanding of Abstraction-Level Interactions in Parallel Applications has been accepted in the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing.
I have completely revamped my web site. You are looking at it.
Our paper Primary-Space Adaptive Control Variates using Piecewise-Polynomial Approximations has been accepted in ACM Transactions on Graphics and will be presented at SIGGRAPH 2021.
After years of preparation, we start new Master in Robotics, Graphics and Computer Vision, which is completely in the English language.
We have been granted a national project, VIRTUALIGHT: Virtual Optics for Transient Imaging, for the next three years.