The Computational Fabrication Group at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory investigates problems in digital manufacturing and computer graphics. The group is led by Professor Wojciech Matusik.


Congratulations to Dr. Sundaram!

Our PhD student Subramanian Sundaram successfully defended his PhD thesis "3D-printing Form and Function" this morning. His thesis committee members are Prof. Wojciech MatusikProf. Marc Baldo, and Prof. Vladimir Bulovic. Congratulations to Dr. Sundaram and wish him all the best in his future endeavors!

Two papers accepted to SIGGRAPH 2018

Adriana Schulz, who recently defended her PhD thesis in our group, will present her work Interactive Exploration of Design Trade-Offs at SIGGRAPH 2018. In this paper, Adriana and her coauthors presented a new method to interactively explore the Pareto front in the performance space of a design problem. This is joint work with Professor Eitan Grinspun at Columbia University and Professor Justin Solomon at MIT CSAIL.

Yagiz Aksoy, a former visiting student in our group, will present his latest work Semantic Soft Segmentation at SIGGRAPH 2018. In this work, they introduced semantic soft segments, a set of layers that correspond to semantically meaningful regions in an image with accurate soft transitions between different objects. This is joint work with Sylvain Paris at Adobe Research and Professor Marc Pollefeys at ETH Zurich.

Congratulations to them and looking forward to their presentations at SIGGRAPH!

Congratulations to Dr. Schulz!

Our PhD student Adriana Schulz is now Dr. Schulz. Dr. Schulz successfully defended her thesis, "Computational Design for the Next Manufacturing Revolution" yesterday. Congratulations!

Petr Kellnhofer won Eurographics Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis

Our postdoctoral researcher Petr Kellnhofer received this year's Eurographics Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis for his strong technical contribution in perceptual modeling for stereoscopic 3D by running dedicated perceptual studies, deriving new perceptual models from his findings, and integrating these models in computer graphics algorithms. Congratulations!

James Minor received NSERC Scholarship

Our Ph.D. student James Minor was recently awarded the NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) postgraduate scholarship for his academic excellence, research ability, and leadership abilities. This prestigious and highly competitive scholarship will support James financially for the next two years. Congratulations to James!