I am a Ph.D. student at the Computer Graphics Group, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, where I work under the supervision of Jaroslav Křivánek. My research interests include generic computer graphics and procedural modelling.
In 2014, I was an intern at ESRI R&D in Zürich under the supervision of Tom Kelly. In 2013, I was a visiting researcher at Yale's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. My supervisors were Richard Prum and Todd Harvey.
- On Realism of Architectural Procedural Models, Jan Beneš, Tom Kelly, Filip Děchtěrenko, Jaroslav Křivánek, Pascal Müller, Computer Graphics Forum, Eurographics 2017 (to appear), 2017
- Procedural Modelling of Urban Road Networks, Jan Beneš, Alexander Wilkie, Jaroslav Křivánek, Computer Graphics Forum, vol. 33, p. 132-142, 2014
- Visualization of Color as Birds See It, Jan Beneš, Todd A. Harvey, Edgar Velázquez-Armendáriz, Richard O. Prum, SIGGRAPH Asia 2013 Poster, 2013
SUPERVISED STUDENTS AND PROJECTS
Jan Kadlec, Master Thesis, Real-time rendering of 3-D fractals. (ongoing)
Petr Laitoch, Bachelor Thesis, Procedural Modelling of Tree Bark (ongoing)
Michal Rosa, Bachelor Thesis, Procedural Modeling of Buildings, defended & graduated 2016
Jakub Kýpet’, Matej Marko, Jan Navrátil, Šimon Soták, Team Project, MotorDead, defended 2013
If you're interested in exploring the intersection of art and computer graphics, or have an interest in procedural modeling, get in touch!
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