My name is Adolfo Muñoz. I am an Associate Professor at the Departament of Computer Science and Systems Engineering at Universidad de Zaragoza. I teach at the School of Engineering and Architecture. 

In April 2010 I defended my PhD theses Light Transport in Participating Media (supervised by Diego Gutierrez and Francisco J. Seron) which stablished part of my main research topics, including light transport simulation and capture and modeling of material appearance. More recently I have also focused my research on image editing and processing (including learning).

I belong to the Graphics and Imaging Lab. I have co-authored publications in high impact journals, favouring research quality over publication quantity. In my publications I have illustrated my capacity for working in big international teams (with multiple co-authors from several institutions around the world) as well as my own individual ability as researcher (with a first quartile publication with a single author: myself). 



  • We have been granted a national project: VIRTUALIGHT: Virtual Optics for Transient Imaging.
  • The brand new Master in Robotics, Graphics and Computer Vision has just started
  • Our paper Compression and Denoising of Transient Light Transport has been accepted at Optics Letters (see publications).
  • Our paper Polarization Mapping has been published at Computers & Graphics, and presented at the Spanish Conference on Computer Graphics 2019. It was also selected as best paper of the conference (more details in publications).
  • I have updated my source code section.