Giorgio Gori

Research Engineer

San Jose

Giorgio obtained his bachelor’s degree at the Università della Svizzera italiana, then his master’s degree at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Alla Sheffer. His master’s work was the Siggraph paper FlowRep on extracting descriptive curve networks from free-form design shapes.

Giorgio’s main research focus is in 3D geometry processing, with interests in visualization, UX design, and immersive media.

You can check some of Giorgio’s other projects at


Automatic Differentiable Procedural Modeling

Gaillard, M., Krs, V., Gori, G., Měch, R., Benes, B. (May. 24, 2022)

Computer Graphics Forum (CGF)

Learning Generative Models of Shape Handles

Gadelha, M., Gori, G., Ceylan, D., Měch, R., Carr, N., Boubekeur, T., Wang, R., Maji, S. (Jun. 16, 2020)

IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)