Dr. Dean is the Professor and Chair for the Division of Computer Science at the School of Computing at Clemson University. He is also the Program Coordinator for the Biomedical Data Science and Informatics graduate programs. Dr. Dean will be presenting his recent research work relating on network analytics for learning functional brain connectivity networks […]
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Motor Babble: Morphology-Driven Coordinated Control of Articulated Characters Avinash Ranganath is a research scientist who recently finished his Post-Doc working under the supervision of Dr. Victor Zordan and Dr. Ioannis Karamouzas at Clemson University. He will present a method for learning locomotion for virtual characters in a low dimensional latent space, which defines how different […]
PFPN: Continuous Control of Physically Simulated Characters using Particle Filtering Policy Network Pei Xu is a Ph.D. student at the School of Computing, Clemson University. He will be presenting a computational framework that employs a particle-based action policy for physically based character animation.
Andre Luckow is head of emerging technologies at BMW. Between 2013 and 2018, he was a project manager and researcher at the BMW Group IT Research Center in the US, collaborating closely with Clemson University. His work lies at the intersection of research and computer science applications in the automotive industry. He focuses mainly on […]