Lukas Murmann

I'm a fifth-year graduate student at MIT where I am advised by Prof. Fredo Durand. My research focus is on Computer Graphics and Computational Photography.

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Before coming to MIT, I received a MSc in Computer Graphics from UCL and a BSc in Electrical Engineering from TUM.
I'm interested in entrepreneurship. As an undergraduate, I co-founded a company that created and distributed study materials for college students.

At MIT, I started taking Chinese classes through the MIT language program. I am still far from fluent but learning a third language has been an exciting journey so far. My Chinese name is 马维明.

I'm a member of the MIT EECS Graduate Student Association. In the 2016 term, I served as Co-President of the organization and the previous Summer I helped organize the visit days for prospective PhD students.

Teaching

Computer Graphics Research

Lukas Murmann, Abe Davis, Jan Kautz, Fredo Durand. "Computational Bounce Flash for Indoor Portraits" ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2016
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Lukas Murmann. "Relighting for 2D Copy&Paste." Master's Thesis at UCL
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