Lukas Murmann

I'm a third-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 creates study materials for college students.

Recently, I started practicing Chinese. I'm still pretty bad at it, but it's getting better every week. My Chinese name is 马维明.

As member of the MIT EECS Graduate Student Association, I helped organize the 2015 visit day for prospective students. In the 2016 term, I'm serving as Co-President of the GSA together with Lucas Nissenbaum.

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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