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Our research group is part of the IRIT Laboratory  (UMR CNRS 5505).

We conduct research on computer graphics, including geometric modeling,  3D animation and rendering.



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Seminar 17/11 – Reading Group on Numerical Optimization – Session 2

For the STORM seminar on Friday 17/11, David Vanderhaeghe will give us a talk on Line Search Methods in Numerical Optimization. This presentation is based on the Chapter 3 of the book Numerical Optimization. It is recommended to read it in order to participate to the discussion that will follow.

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Seminar 10/11 – Fluid Simulation

For the weekly seminar of the STORM research group, Dr. Nadine Aburumman will give a talk on Fluid Simulation in Computer Graphics. Abstract Video games appeal to our desire to explore and interact with our environment, and adding real-world phenomena -such as fluid motion- allows game developers to create immersive and fun virtual worlds. Recently, physical simulations have become […]

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Seminar 13/10 – Transformation Space Sampling and Analysis for Point-cloud Registration

For the weekly seminar of the STORM research group, Nicolas Mellado will present his current research works on Transformation Space Sampling and Analysis for Point-Cloud Registration. Abstract Data acquisition in large-scale scenes regularly involves accumulating information across multiple scans. A common approach is to locally align scan pairs using Iterative Closest Point (ICP) algorithm (or its variants), […]

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