David B. Lindell

Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Names

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David B. Lindell

Emails

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****@stanford.edu
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****@gmail.com
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****@cs.toronto.edu

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto (cs.toronto.edu)
2022Present
 
PhD student
Stanford University (stanford.edu)
20162022
 
MS student
Brigham Young University (byu.edu)
20152016
 
Undergrad student
Brigham Young University (byu.edu)
20092015
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Marcus Brubaker
****@eecs.yorku.ca
2022Present
 
Coauthor
Vincent Sitzmann
****@mit.edu
2020Present
 
PhD Advisor
Gordon Wetzstein
****@stanford.edu
2016Present
 
Coauthor
Chris Metzler
****@stanford.edu
20192020
 
Coauthor
Vladlen Koltun
****@intel.com
20192019
 
Coauthor
Matthew O'Toole
****@cmu.edu
20162019
 
Coauthor
Felix Heide
****@cs.princeton.edu
20162019
 

Expertise

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neural rendering
2020Present
 
time-of-flight imaging, non-line-of-sight imaging
2016Present
 
3D imaging, lidar
2016Present