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

Invited talks at conferences :

— P. Alliez, “Digital Geometry Processing”, Le modèle et l'algorithme, INRIA Rocquencourt, January 2010.

— J-D. Boissonnat, “Maillage et reconstruction de variétés”, LAAS, March 2010.

— J-D. Boissonnat, “Star stitching”, Journée conjointe MSPC/AFA Génération de maillages : théorie et applications”, November 2010.

— J-D. Boissonnat, “Histoire naturelle de la géométrie algorithmique”, Lycée Alphonse Daudet, Nîmes, Septembre 2010.

— P. Alliez, “Traitement numerique de la geometrie”, Lycée Alphonse Daudet, Nîmes, Septembre 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric inference for probability measures: extracting robust geometric information from noisy data”, Journées STAR, Rennes II, October 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric inference for probability measures: extracting robust geometric information from noisy data”, Algebra and Topology: Methods, Computation and Science, June 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric Inference”, Curves and Surfaces 2010, Avignon, June 2010.

— S. Oudot, “Analysis of Scalar Fields over Point Cloud Data”, Algebra and Topology: Methods, Computation and Science, June 2010.

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, summer schools and other workshops.

— J.-D. Boissonnat, “Manifold Reconstruction using Tangential Delaunay Complexes”, Stanford university, January 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric inference for probability measures: extracting robust geometric information from noisy data”, séminaire parisien de statistique, IHP, January 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric Inference”, Stanford, Feb. 2010.

— J.-D. Boissonnat, “Manifold Reconstruction using Tangential Delaunay Complexes”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— C. Caillerie, “Sélection de modèle pour l'approximation simpliciale”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— M. Caroli, “Computing 3D Periodic Triangulations”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— O. Devillers, “Influence du bruit sur le nombre de points extrêmes”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— P. Skraba, “Soft Clustering and Persistent Homology”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— P. M. M. de Castro, “Self-Adapting Point Location”, Journées de Géométrie Algorithmique, Luminy, mars 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Calcul géométrique : de la modélisation des formes 3D à la recherche de structures géométriques dans les masses de données”, séminaire Maths et Société, Neuchatel, avril 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric inference for probability measures: extracting robust geometric information from noisy data”, séminaire de mathématiques, Neuchâtel, avril 2010.

— P. Alliez, “Robust Surface Reconstruction from Raw Point Sets”, ENS Cachan, Juin 2010.

— O. Devillers, “Triangulation de Delaunay de points dans des disques. Concilier complexité et efficacité”, Journées Informatique et Géométrie, Grenoble, septembre 2010.

— M. Glisse, “Persistance topologique et stabilité”, Journées Informatique et Géométrie, Grenoble, septembre 2010.

— M. Yvinec, “CGAL-mesh”, seminar at CEMRACS 2010, SMAI, Marseille Luminy, september 2010.

— M. Yvinec, “CGAL-mesh”, Tetrahedron workshop, Swansea U.K., septembre 2010.

— F. Chazal, “Geometric inference for probability measures: extracting robust geometric information from noisy data”, séminaire de mathématiques, Mulhouse, novembre 2010.

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:

— I. Bloch and T. Boubekeur (Telecom Paris Tech) : Modélisation réaliste du corps humain: intérprétation d'images et informatique graphique.

— A. Vaxman (Technion) : A multi-resolution approach to heat kernels on discrete surfaces.

— A. Vaxman (Technion) : On line reconstruction of 3D objects from arbitrary cross-section data.

— L. Guibas (Stanford) : The information is in the maps.

— T. Lewiner (PUC) : Fast generation of pointerless octree duals.

— G. Tavares (PUC) : Geometry processing and application to 3D oil reservoir reconstruction.

— F. de Goes (Caltech) : Exoskeleton: shape abstraction driven by perceptual parts.

— L. de Luca (CNRS/MCC Marseille) : Methods, formalisms and tools for digital surveying and representation of architectural heritage.

— Y. Wei (LIAMA) : Real-time simulation of blood flow interactions in vascular procedures.

— M. Fisher (Stanford) : Context-aware scene modeling.

— J.M. Favreau (CNR-IMATI) : Outils pour le pavage de surfaces.

— G. Vegter (Groeningen) : Complexity of curve approximation.

— N. Wolpert (Stuttgart) : Maintaining exactly the convex hull of points moving along circles.

Scientific visits

— Pierre Alliez, Caltech, Nov 19-Dec 22.

— Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Stanford, Jan. 20- Feb, 3, 2010.

— Manuel Caroli, University of Groningen, May 3-28.

— Manuel Caroli, Stanford University, October 26-27.

— Frédéric Chazal, Stanford, Feb 22 - March 5.

— Frédéric Chazal, Stanford, Nov 26-Dec 4.

— Monique Teillaud, University of Groningen, May 19-28.

Distinctions

— Michael Hemmer received the Dan David Prize Fellowship, Dan David Foundation, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 10.

— F. Chazal and P. Skraba received with M. Ovsjanikov and L. Guibas from Stanford the best paper award [33] at the NORDIA workshop 2010 (CVPR 2010).


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