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Welcome

 

I am a senior research scientist (directeur de recherche) with the AVIZ project team at INRIA-Saclay, south of Paris in France.

I am member of the Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics research group within the Johann Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Since September 2010,

My research focuses on interactive scientific visualization and illustrative rendering, using methods from computer graphics, non-photorealistic rendering (NPR), and human-computer interaction. I am specifically interested in (2D and, in particular, 3D) interaction techniques for work with illustrative visualizations on large, touch-sensitive displays as well as illustrative visualization that is inspired by traditional illustration.

News and Upcoming Events

October 2016 I am again co-organizing the BELIV symposium on “Beyond Time And Errors: Novel Evaluation Methods For Visualization”, to be co-located with IEEE VIS 2016.
November 2015 I am co-organizing DEXIS 2015, a workshop on Visual Data Exploration on Interactive Surfaces at the ACM Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces.
November 2015 At SIGGRAPH Asia 2015, we are invited to repeat the presentation of our IEEE VIS 2015 paper on the “CAST: Effective and Efficient User Interaction for Context-Aware Selection in 3D Particle Clouds” in the invited TVCG session on visualization.
October 2015 At IEEE VIS 2015, we presented two papers: one on the “CAST: Effective and Efficient User Interaction for Context-Aware Selection in 3D Particle Clouds” and another one entitled “Occlusion-free Blood Flow Animation with Wall Thickness Visualization”.
October 2015 In addition, I presented two IEEE TVCG journal talks at IEEE VIS 2015: one on the “Exploration of the Brain’s White Matter Structure through Visual Abstraction and Multi-Scale Local Fiber Tract Contraction” and another one entitled “Towards an Understanding of Mobile Touch Navigation in a Stereoscopic Viewing Environment for 3D Data Exploration”.
October 2015 Finally, I co-presented a tutorial at IEEE VIS 2015 on the “Tools & Techniques for Direct Volume Interaction”.
July 2015 Our journal article on the “Exploration of the Brain’s White Matter Structure through Visual Abstraction and Multi-Scale Local Fiber Tract Contraction” was published in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
June 2015 We presented a paper on the “Drawing Characteristics for Reproducing Traditional Hand-Made Stippling” at Expressive 2015.
June 2015 A survey paper of mine on Illustrative Visualization Techniques for Diffusion-Weighted MRI Tractography was published as a chapter in the upcoming Springer book on “Visualization and Processing of Higher Order Descriptors for Multi-Valued Data”.
June 2015 We published a dataset on Visualization Publications at http://vispubdata.org/.
May 2015 I presented a keynote on “Illustrative Molecular Visualizations” at the conference of the “Groupe Thématique Enzymes” of the Société Française de Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire and the “Groupe Graphisme & Modélisation Moléculaire”.
May 2015 Our journal article entitled “Towards an Understanding of Mobile Touch Navigation in a Stereoscopic Viewing Environment for 3D Data Exploration” was accepted to IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
May 2015 I co-presented a tutorial on the “Tools & Techniques for Direct Volume Interaction” at Eurographics 2015.
April 2015

We presented the paperLightweight Relief Shearing for Enhanced Terrain Perception on Interactive Maps” at ACM CHI 2015. The paper received a Best Paper Award.

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