Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department, Universidad de Zaragoza.
Member of the Graphics & Imaging Lab, I3A Institute.
Member of the Vision, Image and Neurodevelopment Group, IIS Aragon Institute.
Maria de Luna, 1. Edificio Ada Byron. 50018, Zaragoza (Spain).
Email: bmasia (at) unizar (dot) esGoogle Scholar
Our work exploring the "Influence of directional sound cues on users' exploration across 360º movie cuts" has been published in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. Preprint available here.
I will serve on the EGSR 2021 Program Committee. Submissions due April 16th (abstracts April 9th). Both full research papers, as well as industry papers, are welcome.
Our work investigating "The joint role of geometry and illumination on material recognition" has been published in the Journal of Vision.
We are part of the EU-funded PRIME Innovative Training Network, focused on predictive rendering and accurate appearance reproduction. Looking forward to years of fruitful collaboration among the excellent consortium!
Glad to announce that I have been awarded with one of the Leonardo Fellowships from the BBVA Foundation. We will be working on evaluating the visual function in children and other non-collaborative patients with deep learning techniques.
Our work on "Imperceptible manipulation of lateral camera motion for improved virtual reality applications" has been accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2020. Code and data available here.
Our work on how "Auditory stimuli degrade visual performance in virtual reality" has been published in Scientific Reports. Code and data available here.
I will serve on the SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 Technical Papers Committee. Submissions due May 22nd (forms May 21st).
Next academic year (2020-2021) we will be offering a new Masters degree in Robotics, Graphics and Vision at Universidad de Zaragoza. It will be taught in English, and is supported by the Computer Science Department, the Robotics, Perception and Real Time Group, and the Graphics and Imaging Lab. Preadmission is already open!
I will serve on the EGSR 2020 Program Committee. Submissions due April 17th (abstracts April 13th).
My former PhD student Ana Serrano (graduated April 2019) received the Outstanding Thesis Award from Universidad de Zaragoza.
Our work on "A similarity measure for material appearance" will be presented at SIGGRAPH 2019 in Los Angeles! This work has the ACM Artifacts Evaluated and Results Replicated seals; code and data are available here.
I co-chair the Computational Visual Media Conference 2020, to be held in Macau in September 2020. Submissions due October 11th, 2019.
I will serve on the SIGGRAPH 2019 Technical Papers Committee.