Tag: WP 2.3

ESTIA Participants

Nadine COUTURE is an associate professor at the ESTIA engineering school. Her research interests are computer‐human interfaces, and especially tangible user interfaces. She has published in major CHI events. Since 2007, she is involved in the development of ArcheoTUI, a system for the manual virtual reassembly of fractured archeological objects. Pierre JOYOT is an associate …

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INRIA Participants

Patrick REUTER is an associate professor in computer science at the University of Bordeaux and a researcher at the IPARLA project. He obtained his PhD in 2003 about well scalable 3D implicit surface reconstruction methods from unorganized points. His major research interests are geometric surface modeling and efficient user interfaces, and especially the intersection between …

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ESTIA Présentation

ESTIA Recherche is composed of a group of researchers in mechanics, mathematics, and computer science. They are interested in two major research directions, namely numerical methods and computer‐human interaction. More precisely, they are interested in numerical methods for process modeling, such as plastic deformation, and alternative numerical methods like meshless methods, and in particular the …

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INRIA Présentation

IPARLA is a project team of the INRIA Bordeaux Sud‐Ouest research center. The general research topic is to make 3D computer graphics content available for the mobile user. IPARLA is particularly interested in 3D geometry processing and computer‐human interaction techniques. More precisely, the members of IPARLA have profound knowledge about post‐processing data from 3D acquisition …

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