I am a Masters student at RWTH Aachen, with a particular interest in physically-based rendering.
Currently, I am at EPFL for an Erasmus semester, working with Prof. Wenzel Jakob in the Realistic Graphics Lab. During my Bachelors Degree at RWTH Aachen, I also worked on topics in geometry processing with my advisor, Prof. Leif Kobbelt.
Course Project at EPFL, Spring Semester 2018
I extended the Nori Educational Raytracer to include various features, such as (an)isotropic smooth, rough, and brushed conductors; bitmap-driven scratch maps; and a realistic camera.
Final submission received 1st prize in the course rendering competition, among ~40 entries.
Bachelor Thesis advised by Prof. Leif Kobbelt at RWTH Aachen, 2016
Course Project at RWTH Aachen Spring Semester 2014
Group project in which we developed a demo of a real-time action game. My aspect was developing a skeletal animation system through which the user could control the hero with a Wii controller.
2017 - 2018
During my time as an Erasmus student at EPFL, I worked in Wenzel Jakob's group on polarization in rendering. I designed a library for measuring physical quantities in a laboratory setting, and also implemented polarization-aware rendering in Mitsuba 2.
I worked in the group of Alexander Keller at the Nvidia Advanced Rendering Center in Berlin on reinforcement learning in light transport. This project was an extension of the paper 'Learning Light Transport the Reinforced Way'. However, as it remains unpublished, the specifics are unavailable at this time.
2013 - 2016
I worked for then-PhD student Hans-Christian Ebke on the implementation of Multi-Resolution Quad Meshing algorithms. A continuation of this work was published at SIGGRAPH Asia 2016, with a brief nod to my early contributions in the Acknowledgements section.
2012 - ongoing
A CUDA library for rendering algorithms based on ray tracing. Includes implementations of Bidirectional Path Tracing, Volumetric Probabilistic Progressive Photon Mapping and Vertex Connection and Merging
2010 - 2013
A D3D11 level editor for a well-known German PC game which enables user modifications. Based on a small engine capable of hardware tessellation, deferred shading and other state-of-the-art algorithms.