Anjul Patney

Anjul Patney

Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of California, Davis

anjul.patney at gmail dot com

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Research

I currently work as a research scientist at NVIDIA.

I received a Ph.D. in 2013, working with the awesome Prof. John Owens at UC Davis. My bachelors degree (B.Tech.) is from IIT Delhi.

I am interested in computer graphics, architectures, compilers and algorithms.

2014

Ebeida:2014:KDS k-d Darts: Sampling by k-Dimensional Flat Searches
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Anjul Patney, Scott A. Mitchell, Keith R. Dalbey, Andrew A. Davidson, and John D. Owens
ACM Transactions on Graphics 33(1), 3:1-3:16, January 2014
doi

2013

Patney:2013:PGP Programmable Graphics Pipelines
Anjul Patney
Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Davis
pdf

2012

Tzeng:2012:HPD High-Quality Parallel Depth-of-Field Using Line Samples
Stanley Tzeng, Anjul Patney, Andrew A. Davidson, Mohamed S. Ebeida, Scott A. Mitchell, and John D. Owens
High-Performance Graphics, June 2012
Project | Slides
Ebeida:2012:ASA A Simple Algorithm for Maximal Poisson-Disk Sampling in High Dimensions
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Scott A. Mitchell, Anjul Patney, Andrew A. Davidson, and John D. Owens
Computer Graphics Forum, 31(2), May 2012
Project | Slides | Fast-Forward

2011

Ebeida:2011:EAG Efficient and Good Delaunay Meshes From Random Points
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Scott A. Mitchell, Andrew A. Davidson, Anjul Patney, Patrick M. Knupp, and John D. Owens
SIAM Conference on Geometric and Physical Modeling (GD/SPM11), October 2011
DOI | Preprint | Slides
Ebeida:2011:EMP Efficient Maximal Poisson-Disk Sampling
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Anjul Patney, Scott A. Mitchell, Andrew Davidson, Patrick M. Knupp, and John D. Owens
ACM Transactions on Graphics, 30(4), August 2011 (SIGGRAPH)
Project | DOI | Slides | Fast-Forward
Ebeida:2010:ICR Isotropic Conforming Refinement of Quadrilateral and Hexahedral Meshes using Two-Refinement Templates
Mohamed S. Ebeida, Anjul Patney, John D. Owens, and Eric Mestreau
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2011
Project | DOI

2010

Patney:2010:FPC Fragment-Parallel Composite and Filter
Anjul Patney, Stanley Tzeng, and John D. Owens
Computer Graphics Forum, 29(4), 1251-1258, June 2010 (EGSR 2010)
Project | EG | Slides
Tzeng:2010:TMF Task Management for Irregular-Parallel Workloads on the GPU
Stanley Tzeng, Anjul Patney, and John D. Owens
High Performance Graphics, June 2010
Project | EG | Slides

2009

Patney:2009:PVT Parallel View-Dependent Tessellation of Catmull-Clark Subdivision Surfaces
Anjul Patney, Mohamed S. Ebeida, and John D. Owens
High Performance Graphics 2009, August 2009
Project | DOI | Slides | Vid1 | Vid2

2008

Patney:2008:RRA Real-Time Reyes-Style Adaptive Surface Subdivision
Anjul Patney and John D. Owens
ACM Transactions on Graphics, 27(5), 143:1-143:8, December 2008 (SIGGRAPH Asia)
Project | DOI | Slides | Vid1 | Vid2
Silpa:2008:TFM Texture Filter Memory - A Power-efficient and Scalable Texture Memory Architecture for Mobile Graphics Processors
B. V. N. Silpa, Anjul Patney, Tushar Krishna, Preeti Ranjan Panda, and G. S. Visweswaran
IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design (ICCAD), November 2008
IEEE Xplore | ACM
Silberstein:2008:ECO Efficient computation of sum-products on GPUs through software-managed cache
Mark Silberstein, Assaf Schuster, Dan Geiger, Anjul Patney, and John D. Owens
ACM International Conference on Supercomputing, June 2008
Project | ACM

Talks

Real-Time Reyes: Analysis of a Programmable Rendering Pipeline
November 2009: Talk at Crytek Conference, Frankfurt, Germany

Real-Time Reyes: Programmable Pipelines and Research Challenges (PPT)(PDF)
December 2008: Course-talk at SIGGRAPH Asia 2008, Singapore

Real-Time Reyes-Style Adaptive Surface Subdivision
November 2008: Talk at Berkeley Graphics Lunch, UC Berkeley (PPTX)(PDF)
October 2008: Talk at Microsoft Research, Redmond (PPTX)(PDF)

 

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