Jianchao Tan

Jianchao Tan (谈建超)

Office:ENGR 5325 (map)
Email: jtan8@gmu.edu
Phone: +1-703-627-3266

Currently, I am a fifth year Ph.D. student of Computer Science Department (CS) in George Mason University (GMU). I am advised by Dr. Yotam Gingold at Creativity and Graphics Lab (CraGL). I obtained my Bachelor degree from Electronic Engineering and Information Science Department (EEIS) in University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) at July 2013. My undergraduate research advisor is Dr. Xuejin Chen.

My research interests are image & video processing, computer graphics, and computer vision. Currently, I am focusing on decomposing images or time-lapse painting videos into more editable data structures, like layers, to make image editing much easier. More generally, I am interested in the application of geometry of color spaces and image edits. I am also interested in applying deep learning techniques to solve color related problems, such as recoloring, harmonization and colorization.

Here is my: Resume, Github and Google Scholar.


NEW!   July 09, 2018:   My Ph.D. work is selected by SIGGRAPH 2018 Doctoral Consortium, I will present it at SIGGRAPH on Aug 11 Saturday. There are totally 8 presenters this year. Here is my summary draft.
NEW!   Jun 14, 2018:   Our paper: Pigmento: Pigment-based image analysis and editing is accepted by IEEE TVCG. To appear.
NEW!   Mar 23, 2018:   I will be a Research Intern at Adobe Creative Intelligence Lab, San Francisco, in Summer 2018. See you there!
NEW!   Jul 30 - Aug 03, 2017:   Attend SIGGRAPH 2017 Conference in Los Angeles, CA!
NEW!   Oct 12, 2016:   We released our code Github:Image-Decomposing for paper "Decomposing Images into Layers via RGB-space Geometry"!
NEW!   Jul 24-28, 2016:   Attend SIGGRAPH 2016 Conference in Anaheim, CA!
NEW!   Feb 29, 2016:   I will be a Research Intern at Adobe Creative Technologies Lab, San Francisco, in Summer 2016. See you there!
NEW!   Jan 29, 2016:   We released our code Github:timelapse for paper "Decomposing Time-Lapse Paintings into Layers"!


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Pigmento: Pigment-based image analysis and editing  Jianchao Tan, Stephen DiVerdi, Jingwan Lu, Yotam Gingold
Jun 2018.   IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG), 2018. To appear.
And its exposure in I-Programmer website: Pigments - Beyond RGB

Decomposing Images into Layers via RGB-space Geometry   Jianchao Tan, Jyh-Ming Lien, Yotam Gingold
Aug 2016.   ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 36(1).
Also presented at SIGGRAPH 2017.

Decomposing Time-Lapse Paintings into Layers   Jianchao Tan, Marek Dvorožňák, Daniel Sýkora, Yotam Gingold
Jul 2015.   ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 34(4). Also in Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2015.
Invited for presentation at FMX 2016 Highlights of SIGGRAPH.


Dec 2017:  2018 Adobe Research Fellowship Finalist


Research Intern in Adobe, with Noam Aigerman, Matthew Fisher, Jingwan Lu and Jose Echevarria.   May 2018 - Aug 2018

Remotely collaborate with Jose Echevarria in Adobe.   Sep 2017 - May 2018

Research Assistant in GMU.   Sep 2016 - Aug 2017

Research Intern in Adobe, with Stephen DiVerdi and Jingwan Lu.   May 2016 - Aug 2016

Research Assistant in GMU.   Sep 2014 - May 2016

Teaching Assistant in GMU.   Sep 2013 - May 2014

Research Assistant in USTC.   Jun 2012 - Jun 2013

Academic Activities

Tertiary Reviewer of Pacific Graphics 2018

Tertiary Reviewer of SIGGRAPH 2018

Tertiary Reviewer of Computer & Graphics Journal 2017

Tertiary Reviewer of Eurographics Conference 2018

Tertiary Reviewer of Graphics Interface Conference 2017

Attendee of Capital Graphics 2018   George Mason University, Arlington Campus, April 25, 2018

Technical Paper Presenter at SIGGRAPH 2017   Los Angeles, Jul 30 - Aug 03, 2017

Attendee of SIGGRAPH 2016   Anaheim, July 24-28, 2016

Technical Paper Presenter at SIGGRAPH 2015   Los Angeles, August 09-13, 2015

Technical Report Presenter at GMU Visual Computing Seminar 2014   George Mason University, May 15, 2014

Attendee of Tristate Workshop on Imaging and Graphics(TRIG '14)   Princeton University, March 22-23, 2014