Team IGG : Computer Graphics and Geometry

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  • Pierre Kraemer co-animates the transverse axis on Scientific Computing of the ICube laboratory.
  • David Cazier animates the Meshing working group of the transverse axis on Scientific Computing of the ICube laboratory.
  • API 2020 :
    • The IGG team (Jonathan Sarton) head the ICube internal project LargeMeshVis (Out-of-core multi-resolution approach for interactive visualization of large meshes on GPU) de from 2020 to 2021.
    • The IGG team (Julien Narboux) participates to to the internal project of the ICube lab RobGA (Formalism of geometric algebras for robotics: application to the design and certification of devices) from 2020 to 2021.
  • API 2018 :
    • The IGG team(Antonio Capobianco) head the ICube internal project GeoTimeVis (Temporal visualisation of geographic image clustering) from 2018 to 2019, in collaboration with SDC (Baptiste Lafabregue) and SERTIT (Fahd Benatia and Robin Faivre).
  • API 2017 :
    • The IGG team (Rémi Allègre, Basile Sauvage) head the ICube internal project NeuroTex from 2017 to 2018, in collaboration with the SDC team (Cédric Wemmert).
    • The IGG team (Basile Sauvage) head the ICube internal project Cartes concentriques multi-valuées from 2017 to 2018, in collaboration with the CSTB team (Pierre Collet).
    • The IGG team - MIMESIS INRIA project - (Igor Peterlik) head the ICube internal project EVAGRIS (Fast Intra-operative Extraction of Vascular topologies for AuGmented Reality In Surgery) from 2017 to 2018.
    • The IGG team (David Cazier, Pierre Kraemer) participates to the internal project of the ICube lab DESIR (development of a flood simulation tool: contribution of parallelization and adaptive meshes techniques) from 2017 to 2018, in collaboration with the MecaFlu team(Pascal Finaud-Guyot) and ICPS team.
    • The IGG team (Hyewon Seo) participates to the internal project of the ICube lab WESTERN from 2017 to 2018, in collaboration with the MMB team (Matthieu Ehlinger).
  • API 2016 :
    • The IGG team (Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier) head the ICube internal project TubularMesh (3D Meshes for fluid simulation in vascular networks) from 2016 to 2017, in collaboration with the MécaFlu team (Isabelle Charpentier, Pascal Finaud-Guyot et Yannick Hoarau) and MMB team (Caroline Deck) within the transversal axis on Scientific Computing.
  • API 2015 :
    • The IGG team (Caroline Essert) participates to the internal project of the ICube lab OPRA (Planning tools for robotized needle insertion) from 2015 to 2016, in collaboration with AVR team (Bernard Bayle).
  • API 2014 :
    • The IGG team (Nicolas Magaud) participates to the internal project of the Icube lab TrADiCont (Affine discrete transformations to represent the continnum) from 2014 to 2015, in collaboration with the MIV team (Loïc Mazo and Marie-Andrée Da Col).
    • The IGG team (Hyewon Seo, Frederic Cordier, Frederic Larue, Olivier Genevaux) has participated to the internal project of ICube lab ClinMod (Learning-based 3D Tracking of Clinicians using Accurate Animatable Body Models) from 2014 to 2015, in collaboration with AVR team (Nicolas Padoy).
  • Hyewon Seo was granted a Quality Research Bonus from the University in 2010 on the project "Measurement and Analysis of Human Skin Deformation". Budget : 39 900 € of hardware.
  • At the laboratory level, IGG participates to the mobilization program Medical and surgical Imaging and Robotics (IRMC). This mobilization program (coordination M. De Mathelin), involves IGG, MIV and AVR since 2002. The partners are IRCAD and IPB.