I'm a post-doctoral researcher in the Graphics and Imaging Lab, at Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), where I work in topics related with computer graphics and computational imaging. I obtained my PhD at Universidad de Zaragoza, advised by Prof. Diego Gutierrez. My research interests focus on the different aspects of physically-based light transport, including simulation and appearance modeling, with particular focus on transient light transport. In addition, I have also worked in other topics such as applied perception or light field manipulation. In 2017 I received the Eurographics PhD Award.
Sensing around the next corner Martin Laurenzis, Andreas Velten, Ji Hyun Nam, Marco La Manna, Mohit Gupta, Diego Gutierrez, Adrian Jarabo, Mauro Buttafava, Alberto Tosi SPIE DCS, Computational Imaging III (Oral) [ABSTRACT][BIBTEX]
A Spatio-Temporal Physically-Based Sky Model David Guimera, Diego Gutierrez, Adrian Jarabo CEIG 2018
Light Field Image Processing: An Overview Gaochang Wu, Belen Masia, Adrian Jarabo, Yuchen Zhang, Liangyong Wang, Qionghai Dai, Tianyou Chai, Yebin Liu IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing
Bidirectional Rendering of Polarized Light Transport Adrian Jarabo, Diego Gutierrez CEIG 2016, Best Paper (1 in 2) [PDF][BIBTEX]
Plenoptic Light Transport Adrian Jarabo PhD Dissertation (Nov 2015), Universidad de Zaragoza [PDF][BIBTEX]
To Stylize or not to Stylize? Effect of Shape and Material Stylization on the Perception of Computer Generated Faces Eduard Zell, Carlos Aliaga, Adrian Jarabo, Katja Zibrek, Diego Gutierrez, Rachel McDonnell, Mario Botsch ACM Transactions on Graphics, Vol.34(6), SIGGRAPH Asia 2015 [PDF][BIBTEX]
Separable Subsurface Scattering Jorge Jimenez, Károly Zsolnai, Adrian Jarabo, Christian Freude, Thomas Auzinger, Xian-Chun Wu, Javier von der Pahlen, Michael Wimmer, Diego Gutierrez Computer Graphics Forum, Vol.34(6) [PDF][BIBTEX]