Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi

I am Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi (Momo), a Ph.D. student at Université Laval, working with Prof. Jean-François Lalonde. During my Ph.D., I had the opportunity to do two research internships at Adobe and worked with Yannick Hold-Geoffroy and Jonathan Eisenmann. In addition, I have the privilege of collaborating with numerous professors from around the globe: Prof. Nima Kalantari (Texas A&M University, ongoing collaboration), Prof. Javier Vazquez-Corral (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), and Prof. P J Narayanan (IIIT, Hyderabad). Before joining Université Laval, I did my master's at Visual Media Lab (VML), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), supervised by Prof. Junyong Noh.

I am passionate about developing creative technologies and creating digital tools for artists.

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My research is at the intersection of computer vision, computer graphics, and machine learning. I have focused on lighting estimation and high dynamic range imaging for the past few years. Here you can find a list of my papers.

Towards a Perceptual Evaluation Framework for Lighting Estimation
Justine Giroux, Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi, Yannick Hold-Geoffroy, Javier Vazquez-Corral, Jean-François Lalonde
CVPR 2024
project page / arXiv

EverLight: Indoor-Outdoor Editable HDR Lighting Estimation
Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi, Yannick Hold-Geoffroy, Jonathan Eisenmann, Jean-François Lalonde
ICCV 2023
project page / arXiv

Guided Co-Modulated GAN for 360° Field of View Extrapolation
Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi, Yannick Hold-Geoffroy, Jonathan Eisenmann, Siavash Khodadadeh, Jean-François Lalonde
3DV 2022 (Oral Presentation)
project page / arXiv / video

This work is featured at Adobe Max Sneaks 2022.

Casual Indoor HDR Radiance Capture from Omnidirectional Images
Pulkit Gera, Mohammad Reza Karimi Dastjerdi, Charles Renaud, P J Narayanan, Jean-François Lalonde
BMVC 2022
project page / arXiv / video

Design and source code from Jon Barron's website