ACM Student Research Competition

SIGGRAPH 2016 hosts an ACM Student Research Competition, which takes place in two stages. In the first stage, a panel of distinguished judges views the SRC posters during the poster sessions and selects six semi-finalists. These semi-finalists present their work to SIGGRAPH 2016 attendees during the ACM SRC Final Presentation. At the end of the presentations, the judges announce the first-, second-, and third-place winners in the undergraduate and graduate categories. First-place undergraduate and graduate winners go on to the nationwide ACM Student Research Competition.

Submission information

Congratulations to this year's winners:


  • Gold: Shoichi Furukawa, Video Reshuffling: Automatic Video Dubbing without Prior Knowledge
  • Silver: Satoshi Hashizume, Cross-Field Haptics: Push-Pull Haptics Combined with Magnetic and Electrostatic Fields
  • Bronze: Yu-Xiang Wang, ThirdEye: A Coaxial Feature Tracking System for Stereoscopic Video See-Through Augmented Reality


  • Gold: MDH Yamen Saraiji, Layered Telepresence: Simultaneous Multi Presence Experience using Eye Gaze based Perceptual Awareness Blending
  • Silver: Tuur Stuyck, Sculpting Fluids: A New and Intuitive Approach to Art-Directable Fluids
  • Bronze: Carlos Aliaga, A Fiber-Level Model for Predictive Cloth Rendering

Please join us for the ACM SRC Final Presentation:
Wednesday, 27 July, 3:45-5:15 pm, Room 303 A-C

SIGGRAPH 2016 Student Research Competition Chair
Helen-Nicole Kostis 

Student Research Competition Jury
Chris Bregler

Deborah Fowler

Takeo Igarashi
University of Tokyo

Ariel Shamir
The Interdisciplinary Center