Baining Guo
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Dr. Baining Guo is a Deputy Managing Director at Microsoft Research Asia, where he also leads the graphics lab. Prior to joining Microsoft Research in 1999, he was a senior staff researcher with the Microcomputer Research Labs of Intel Corporation in Santa Clara, California. Dr. Guo graduated from Beijing University with B.S. in mathematics. He went to Cornell University for his graduate study from 1986 to 1991 and obtained M.S. in Computer Science and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics. Dr. Guo is an IEEE fellow and an ACM fellow. Dr. Guo's research interests include computer graphics, visualization, natural user interface, and statistical learning. He is particularly interested in studying light transmission and reflection in complex, textured materials, with applications to texture and reflectance modeling. He also worked on real‐time rendering and geometry modeling. Dr. Guo was on the editorial boards of IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (2006‐‐2010) and Computer and Graphics (2007 ‐‐ 2011). He is currently an associate editor of IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. He has served on the program committees of numerous conferences in graphics and visualization, including ACM Siggraph and IEEE Visualization. Dr. Guo holds over 40 US patents.


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keynote
flag The Future of Natural User Interface
as author at  IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME), Melbourne 2012,
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