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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 25/05 – Path space analysis and the quest for better samplers in Monte Carlo rendering

For the weekly seminar of the STORM research group, Hugo Rens will give a presentation on Path space analysis and the quest for better samplers in Monte Carlo rendering. Brief In the context of rendering, the problem of light transport must be solved, meaning that we want to know how much “light” arrives on a plane representing the image. Many […]

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Seminar 18/05 – Implicit Representation of Inscribed Volumes by Brian Wyvill

For the STORM seminar on Friday, May 18, Brian Wyvill will give a talk on Implicit Representation of Inscribed Volumes. Abstract The talk will describe a recent project on volumetric modeling of porous structures including cheese (such as Emmental) and tiny sea creatures known as radiolarians. Brian is a visiting professor from the University of Victoria in Canada.

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Seminar 04/05 – Eurographics 2018 Feedback

This weekly STORM seminar is dedicated to “Eurographics 2018 Feedback” that will be presented by David Vanderhaeghe and Thibault Lejemble.

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