Lukas Uzolas

Neural Rendering. 3D Computer Vision. Generative Models.

Hey, I am a PhD Candidate at CGV, TU Delft (Netherlands). My research interests lie at the intersection of Computer Vision and Computer Graphics. More precisely, I am interested in generative models and neural rendering, allowing for the synthesis of controllable and 3D consistent images and videos involving human factors.

I received an M.Sc. degree with distinction in Computer Vision and Image Processing, jointly coordinated by the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain), University of Bordeaux (France), and Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Hungary) under the Erasmus Mundus initiative. I wrote my Master’s thesis at the Visual Computing Group at Harvard University (USA). Before this, I obtained a B.Sc. with honours at the University of Hamburg (Germany) in Human-Computer Interaction. Next to my studies, I was working as a software developer at various companies.


May 30, 2022 Deep Anomaly Generation paper accepted at IEEE Access.
May 1, 2022 Joined the CGV group at TU Delft as a PhD Candidate.
Oct 17, 2021 Extended my previous work to generate animations with StyleGAN2 in this post without training.
Oct 11, 2021 Little blog post on projecting facial landmarks into the StyleGAN2 latent space.
Sep 27, 2021 Code released for banding pattern segmentation mask generation.