Student Research Competition Final Competition:
Friday, 28 August, 6-7 am PDT
1st place: Kohei Doi (Kyushu University)
Non-photorealistic Radiance Remapping
1st place: Dorian Chan (Carnegie Mellon University)
Bound-constrained Optimized Dynamic Range Compression
2nd place: Meena Subramanian (Texas A&M University)
A Painterly Rendering Approach to Create Still-life Paintings With Dynamic Lighting
3rd place: Wei Sen Loi (The University of British Columbia)
Visualization of Angle-dependent Plasmonic Structural Coloration by FDTD-simulated BSDF and Ray-tracing Rendering
Poster contributors can enter the ACM Student Research Competition, by checking “yes” in the “Would you like to submit to the ACM Student Research Competition” box on the submission form. To be eligible for the ACM Student Research Competition:
Posters selected to compete in the SRC are judged in two stages. In the first stage, a panel of distinguished judges views the SRC posters during the poster sessions and selects 6-8 of the semi-finalists – one group of undergraduate submissions, and one group of graduate submissions. These finalists present their work to SIGGRAPH 2020 attendees during the ACM SRC Final Presentation. At the end of the presentations, the judges announce the first-, second, and third-place winners in the undergraduate and graduate categories. First-place undergraduate and graduate winners go on to the Student Research Competition Grand Finals.
ACM’s Student Research Competition program covers expenses up to $500 for all students who participate in the Student Research Competition. The first-place winner also receives a $500 cash prize, the second-place winner $300, and the third-place winner $200.