Huixuan Tang

Dynamic Graphics Project,
Department of Computer Science,
University of Toronto

Email:
hxtang[at]dgp[dot]toronto[dot]edu

Office:
BA 5173, 40 St. George Street, Toronto, ON., M5S2E4, Canada


About Me

I'm a PhD. student supervised by Kyros Kutulakos, working on optical aberrations in photography and defocus analysis. I also worked with Neel Joshi and Ashish Kapoor on perceptual image quality assessment at Microsoft Research (Redmond), and with Steve Lin on defocus removal at Microsoft Research Asia (Beijing).

In general, I'm interested in computational photography and lower-level vision.


Recent publications


What Does an Aberrated Photo Tell Us about the Lens and the Scene?
Huixuan Tang and Kiriakos N. Kutulakos.
In Proc. 5th Int. Conf. on Computational Photography (ICCP), Boston, MA, 2013. (Oral)
[project page] [paper pdf] [slide pdf]
Utilizing Optical Aberrations for Extended-Depth-of-Field Panoramas
Huixuan Tang and Kiriakos N. Kutulakos.
In: Proc. 11th Asian Conf. on Computer Vision (ACCV), Daejeon, Korea, 2012. (Oral)
[project page] [paper pdf] [slide pdf]


Learning a Blind Measure of Perceptual Image Quality
Huixuan Tang, Neel Joshi and Ashish Kapoor.
In: Proc. IEEE Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition(CVPR), Colorado Springs, CO, 2011. (Poster)
[project page] [paper pdf] [poster pdf] [additional results] [US patent application]



Detail Recovery for Single-image Defocus Blur
Yu-Wing Tai, Huixuan Tang, Michael S. Brown and Stephen Lin.
In: IPSJ Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications, Vol. 1, pp.95-104. 2009.
[paper pdf]


Course/Previous projects


Rendering realistic lens flare
Evaluating semi-supervised deep belief networks Figure-ground separation