Wedding Photos

The photos have finally arrived. We had an amazing time, it’s such a privilege that all our beloved people (many of whom work abroad) traveled so far to celebrate with us. Click on a photo to enlarge it!

A new interview

A new interview is now available is now available in Hungarian at my alma mater University website. This is more personal, and is mostly about computer graphics, music, and always seeking perfection.

Click here to check it out!

Our Wedding Dance

A Disney fan is a Disney fan everywhere: the end of our wedding dance from 2 days ago. 🙂

New institute logo

We have made a new logo for our institute at the TU Wien. It contains many exciting elements of computer graphics: fluid simulations, rendering and subsurface scattering. 😉


Wedding teaser

Soon. 🙂 Photo by Balázs Bergics (click on it to enlarge).fb_borito

IST Austria

My colleague Thomas Auzinger was hired by IST Austria, a research facility in a building that used to be an asylum. We got him a fitting present. 🙂


Pre-wedding photo shoot

Some fresh photos from our pre-wedding photo shoot. We had great weather at the start and ferocious rain followed immediately after. 🙂 There’s lots of preparations to be done until the wedding, it was really refreshing to forget about it for a few hours!

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Just got this comment on our Separable Subsurface Scattering video (click to enlarge it). We’re trying our best, thank you! 🙂comment

A productive week

What a busy week this has been! I was able  to get following done:

  • 13 hours of traveling on Monday,
  • attended to our institute’s group photo,
  • reviewed 2 papers (the second is almost done),
  • audio engineered and cut together 10 videos of our rendering course,
  • drawn figures for our SIGGRAPH ASIA submission,
  • held meetings with my students,
  • prepared part of our new interview.

And I still have this Friday left! Feeling great and it’s getting better. 🙂

My talk at CESCG 2015 is now available on YouTube

Everything you need to know to hold a great talk – or the story of how I made an idiot out of myself at CESCG 2015. 🙂

Everyone knows a good talk when they see it, but no one seems to know what really makes a good talk. There is much more to a talk than just the slides: your posture, energy, enthusiasm, and many other factors contribute greatly to holding a great and memorable talk. We explore both success and failure cases to make sure you know exactly what you should work on to get better!

This talk was held at the 19th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics (CESCG 2015), Smolenice.