Just came back from SIGGRAPH 2018 and had an absolutely amazing time there. Thank you so much to many many of you who came to listen to the talk for this paper! Here is the very end:

Sponsoring CESCG

To give back more to the scientific community, Two Minute Papers recently sponsored CESCG 2018, a conference aimed to teach young scientists to write and present their papers at international venues. Btw, the man in the image is my advisor, Michael Wimmer.

We’re featured in the SIGGRAPH 2018 teaser video!

Our work is presented in the official SIGGRAPH 2018 Technical Papers Teaser video! This is as big of an honor as it gets. Thank you so much! It appears around the 40-second mark.


One day, two cakes. Mmm! I am totally spoiled. 🙂

An exclusive look at a new Google AI paper

I usually don’t post Two Minute Papers episodes here, but this time it is different. This work is as fresh as it gets because this is the first time I have been given an exclusive look before the paper came out, and this means that this video and the paper itself were published at the same time. I hope you will enjoy it just as much as I did!

Note: this is credited in the acknowledgments section of the paper.


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It has finally arrived. Thank you so much everyone for all the love and support!

Jázmin’s adventures in the supermarket

Provided without comment. 🙂

Over Two Million Lectures Given

We’re way beyond the point where words can describe how stunned I am by this. Thanks so much everyone! 🙂

Accelerating Eulerian Fluid Simulation With Convolutional Networks

Jonathan Tompson from Google and his colleagues, Kristofer Schlachter, Pablo Sprechmann and Ken Perlin from the New York University have come up with a really nice technique to teach a convolutional neural network how fluid and smoke simulations work. The project webpage is available here, or you can click on the image below to access the paper.

Status: in progress or under review

(please note that I am in the acknowledgements section and was not a co-author of the paper)


Computational Fluid Dynamics For Simulation of Wind-Terrain Interaction in Flight Simulation

Manuel Dobusch has completed his Master thesis. It was co-supervised with Michael Wimmer and Eugene Zhang. Click on the image below to have a look!