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Welcome

 

I am a senior research scientist (directeur de recherche) with the AVIZ project team at Inria-Saclay / Université Paris 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 2018 We will present our journal paper on “A Model of Spatial Directness in Interactive Visualization” at IEEE VIS 2018:
October 2018 We will also present a poster on “Situated Visualizations of Office Noise to Promote Personal Health” at IEEE VIS 2018:
October 2018 Mickaël Sereno started as my new PhD student, working on collaborative data exploration and discussion supported by AR.
September 2018 Our journal article entitled “Pondering the Concept of Abstraction in (Illustrative) Visualization” has been published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
September 2018 Our journal article on a “A Survey of Surface-Based Illustrative Rendering for Visualization” has been published in the journal Computers Graphics Forum.
August 2018 We presented the conference paperReducing Affective Responses to Surgical Images through Color Manipulation and Stylization” at Expressive 2018.
June 2018

My former PhD student Lonni Besançon received a PhD thesis prize honorable mention award from GDR, AFIG, AFRV, and EGFR for his thesis “An interaction Continuum for 3D Data Visualization.” Congratulations!

June 2018 We presented two papers at at EuroVis 2018: “DimSUM: Dimension and Scale Unifying Maps for Visual Abstraction of DNA Origami Structures” and the TVCG journal article “Pondering the Concept of Abstraction in (Illustrative) Visualization.”
June 2018 Our journal article on “A Model of Spatial Directness in Interactive Visualization” has been accepted for publication in the journal IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.

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