Status: Concluded
Advisor: Prof. Patrick Flynn
Host: University of Notre Dame

The SREFV project aims at extending prior research on synthesis of realistic faces, to support the generation of videos containing animated faces with synthetic identities, depicted either frontally or in varying poses.

SREFV preliminary results.

Besides the obvious artistic and entertainment purposes, the outcome of this project will constitute an interesting tool to de-identify and diversify the faces depicted in video training datasets, helping to protect the identity of volunteers, and to mitigate eventual age, gender, and ethnic dataset collection biases.

Research Team

  • Prof. Patrick Flynn (PI)
  • Prof. Kevin Bowyer (PI)
  • Prof. Adam Czajka (PI)
  • Prof. Walter Scheirer (PI)
  • Daniel Moreira (Postdoc)
  • Sandipan Banerjee (PhD Student)
Daniel Moreira
Daniel Moreira
Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Computer scientist with interests in (but not limited to) Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Media Forensics, and Biometrics.