I am an assistant professor at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences in New York University. Before joining NYU, I was a senior researcher at ETH Zurich, working in the Interactive Geometry Lab. I earned my BSc and PhD in Computer Science from the University of Genoa (2008, 2012). My research interests are in digital fabrication, geometry processing, architectural geometry and discrete differential geometry. My doctoral thesis was awarded the EUROGRAPHICS Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis in 2013. My research in computer graphics was awarded the EUROGRAPHICS Young Researcher Award in 2015 and the NSF CAREER Award in 2017. You can see my publications below and you can also download the open-source software that my group is developing.

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  • Email: panozzo@nyu.edu
My four new SIGGRAPH Asia papers are now online.
Zachary, Hanxiao, and Teseo joined the group! Welcome!
My two SIGGRAPH 2017 papers are now online --- source code included!
I will serve on the technical papers committee for SIGGRAPH Asia 2017.
I have been awarded an NSF CAREER Award to support my research project "Coupling Geometric Acquisition and Digital Fabrication".
I will serve as program chair for SMI 2017.
The material for our SIGGRAPH ASIA course on Directional Fields is now online.
Our new large scale parametrization algorithm SLIM will be soon integrated in Blender! You can watch a preview here.
My first Nature Communications paper is now online, including its open-source reference implementation.
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Research Group
  • libigl - A C++ Geometry Processing Library

    libigl is a simple c++ geometry processing library. We have a wide functionality including construction of sparse discrete differential geometry operators and finite-elements matrices such as the contangent Laplacian and diagonalized mass matrix, simple facet and edge-based topology data structures, mesh-viewing utilities for opengl and glsl, and many core functions for matrix manipulation which make Eigen feel a lot more like MATLAB.

  • SketchRetopo

    SketchRetopo is an advanced tool for converting unstructured triangle meshes to high-quality quadrangulations.

  • Refooormat - Image retargeting for iOS

    This app gives you a new way to modify your photos. It allows you to change the aspect ratio of your images with minimal visual artifacts. Important content, like people or landmarks, can be preserved while parts of the background might get stretched or cropped. The app is available as a free download in the iOS App Store for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad mini. The self-contained source code is available on github.

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My two SIGGRAPH 2016 papers are now online.
I will give a keynote to SCCG tomorrow!.
I will serve on the technical papers committee for SIGGRAPH 2016.
I will speak about my work on fabrication-aware geometry processing in a keynote at MEIS 2015.
The source code for my SIGGRAPH 2015 and SGP 2015 papers is now online!.
I will serve on the technical papers committee for Eurographics 2016.
The material for my new SGP paper is online, the source code will be posted before the presentations at SGP!
The material for my new SIGGRAPH papers is now online, the source code will be posted before the presentations at SIGGRAPH.
I have 2 papers conditionally accepted at SIGGRAPH this year!
During EUROGRAPHICS 2015, I will be awarded the EUROGRAPHICS Young Researcher Award 2015!
Our work on Appeareance-Mimicking Surfaces ranked third in the CGF 2015 Cover Contest!
I will serve on the technical papers committee for SIGGRAPH Asia 2015.
I will serve on the technical papers committee for SIGGRAPH 2015.
I presented our project on parchment restoration in the ZURICH.MINDS symposium. You can see a video of my talk here.
libigl has been presented at the SGP graduate school. Take a look at the tutorial, it contains many standalone geometry processing demos!
I have 2 new SIGGRAPH ASIA papers this year!
Last week at the ACM SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies exhibition, we had the honor of presenting our Puppet articulation device to thousands of participants, including the Mayor of Vancouver (BC)! Here is a snapshot of the event and a media release about our project.
The source code for our paper "Content-Aware Surface Parameterization for Interactive Restoration of Historical Documents" is now available. Check it out!
Our paper on Designing N-PolyVector Fields with Complex Polynomials presented at SGP 2014 has received the Best Paper award!
I have 2 new SIGGRAPH papers this year.
Check out my three new EUROGRAPHICS 2014 papers! Among other things, I am working with colleagues at UCL to digitally restore historical parchments from The Great Parchment Book.
Happy New Year! libigl has been released!
I have three new SGP papers. The materials are now online.
A free iOS app based on our Axis-Aligned Image Retargeting is out! It is called Refooormat, available on the AppStore for iPhone and iPad.
Check out the ACM SIGGRAPH Technical Papers Preview! Around time 01:25 you can see snippets from my paper on designing masonry structures.
I am awarded the 2013 EUROGRAPHICS Annual Award for Best PhD Thesis!
I have three new SIGGRAPH papers. The materials are now online.
ETH Life publishes an article about Daniele Panozzo's and Olga Sorkine-Hornung's collaboration with Phonak.
I have one new SIGGRAPH paper.
Our paper on axis-aligned deformations for image retargeting has been accepted to EUROGRAPHICS 2012.
I have two new SIGGRAPH ASIA papers.
I joined Olga Sorkine-Hornung's group at ETH Zurich
I have one new SIGGRAPH paper.
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