Team Geometrica

Members
Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
Application Domains
Software
New Results
Contracts and Grants with Industry
Other Grants and Activities
Dissemination
Bibliography

Section: Dissemination

Participation to conferences, seminars, invitations

Invited Talks

- Pierre Alliez “Optimization Techniques for Geometry Processing”. EuroCG, Nancy, March 19, 2008.

- Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, “Delaunay Refinement for Manifold Approximation“, Seventh conference on Mathematical Methods for Curves and Surfaces, Toensberg, Norway, June 2008.

- Camille Wormser, “Delaunay Refinement for Manifold Approximation“, Mini-symposium on Computational Geometry and Topology, SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics, June 16-19, 2008.

- Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, “From Segmented Images to Good Quality Meshes”. Emerging Trends in Visual Computing, November 18-20, 2008.

- Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, “Anisotropic Mesh Generation”. Colloque Approximation, Modélisation Géométrique et Applications. Luminy, 24-28.11.2008.

Conferences and Seminars

Members of the project have presented their published articles at conferences. The reader can refer to the bibliography to obtain the corresponding list. We list below all other talks given in seminars or summer schools.

- Pierre Alliez, “Mesh generation and optimization with CGAL”, Technion, January 2008.

- Pierre Alliez, “Variational Surface Reconstruction”, Tel Aviv, January 2008.

- Sylvain Pion, “Robustesse, efficacité et généricité dans la bibliothèque CGAL”, séminaire Performance et Généricité, Laboratoire de Recherche et Développement de l'EPITA, January 2008

- Sylvain Pion, “CGAL: The Open Source Computational Geometry Algorithms Library”, Google Tech Talks series, Google, Mountain View, CA, USA, March 2008

- Sylvain Pion, “CGAL: The Open Source Computational Geometry Algorithms Library”, Parasol seminar, Texas A&M University, College Station, USA. March 2008

- Pierre Alliez, “Polygon Mesh Processing”, Eurographics tutorial, 14-16 April 2008. - Monique Teillaud, “Projective triangulations”, New York University. June 2008

- Frédéric Chazal, “Analysis of scalar fields over point cloud data”, Stanford University. July 2008

- Olivier Devillers, “Predicates for 3D visibility”, Graz computational geometry seminar. November 2008

- Manuel Caroli, “3D periodic triangulations”, Graz computational geometry seminar. December 2008

The Geometrica seminar

http://www.inria.fr/sophia/geometrica/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=3&Itemid=3

The Geometrica seminar featured presentations from the following visiting scientists:

- Chao Chen (RPI New-York) : Quantifying homology classes.

- Luca Castelli Aleardi (Polytechnique) : Schnyder woods for higher genus triangulated surfaces.

- Hang Si (WIAS Berlin) : Constrained Delaunay triangulations and algorithms.

- Philip Jenke (Tuebingen) : Bayesian surface reconstruction.

- Johannes Singler (Karlsruhe) : The GNU libstdc++ parallel mode.

- Eric Sonnendrucker (Strasbourg) : Modélisation et simulation numérique de tokamaks.

- Patrick Mullen (Caltech) : Variational Eulerian geometry processing of surfaces and foliations.

- Peter Gottschling (TU Dresden) : Generic high performance numerics.

- Cécile Dobrzynski (IMB) : Autour des techniques de remaillage local pour les maillages en tetraèdres.

- Frédéric Alauzet (INRIA) : Modèle continu de maillage et adaptation de maillage anisotrope.

- Mirela Ben Chen (Technion) : Conformal flattening by curvature prescription and metric scaling.

- Takashi Kanai (Tokyo University) : Recent advances of SLIM surfaces.

- Jean-Marie Mirebeau (UPMC) : Maillages bidimensionnels anisotropes optimaux pour les éléments finis.

- Wolfgang Aigner (TU Graz) : Computing the medial axis of 2D curved objects.

- Dominique Chapelle (INRIA) : Extraction de mouvement dans des images par des méthodes d'estimation par filtrage utilisant des systèmes mécaniques distribués.

Scientific visits

- Sylvain Pion visited Texas A&M University in March.

- Olivier Devillers visited EPI-vegas in March and June.

- Monique Teillaud visited New York University in June.

- Olivier Devillers (in November), Manuel Caroli and Monique Teillaud (in December) visited the Institute for Software Technology at Graz University of Technology.

- Pierre Alliez visited Technion in January.

- David Cohen-Steiner visited Stanford and Duke universities in July.

The following researchers have been visiting Geometrica

- Patrick Mullen (Caltech), six weeks in June-July.

- Mirela Ben Chen (Technion), one week in July.

- Johannes Singler (Universität Karlsruhe), two weeks in May.

- Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner and Bernhard Kornberger (TU Graz), one week in November.

- Hazel Everett and Sylvain Lazard (Loria), one week in December.


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