Alexandros Lattas

Imperial College London

Names

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Alexandros Lattas (Preferred)

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****@imperial.ac.uk

Education & Career History

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PhD student
Imperial College London (imperial.ac.uk)
20192023
 
MS student
Imperial College London (imperial.ac.uk)
20172018
 
Undergrad student
Athens University of Economics and Business (aueb.gr)
20132017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Stefanos Zafeiriou
****@imperial.ac.uk
20192023
 
PhD Advisor
Abhijeet Ghosh
****@imperial.ac.uk
20192023
 

Expertise

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3D Face Reconstruction
Present
 
Relfectance Acquisition
Present
 
Photorealistic Rendering
Present