Position
Professor at the Université Paul Sabatier of Toulouse (France) - Scientific policy officer for the IRIT Laboratory
Group
Researcher in the STORM group (Structural Models and Tools in Computer Graphics) of the IRIT laboratory - Associate member of the Manao Project (Inria Sud-Ouest) - Affiliated member of the Computer Graphics Group of the University of Victoria (Canada)
Address
IRIT-CNRS UMR 5505 - Université Paul Sabatier
118, Route de Narbonne
31062 Toulouse Cedex 9, France
Contact
0033 (0)5 6155 6312 - Loic.Barthe at irit.fr
Main Interest
Intuitive geometric modelling - Models for shape/volume representation - Shape deformations during animations
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Internships, Ph.D. and post-doc

I am always looking for good motivated students. If you want to do a post-doc with me or a Ph.D. (or an intership) under my supervision, have a look at these. Then feel free to contact me do discuss the different opportunities.

Image of the Day

Sketch-Based Implicit Blending by Baptiste Angles et al., Transactions on Graphics, proc. of Siggraph Asia 2017.





posted 15/09/2017

Watch these !

Sketch-based implicit composition: We introduce new gradient-based composition operator for combining implicit surfaces. The free-form shape linking the combined objects is inferred from a user sketches (Siggraph Asia 2017).

by Baptiste Angles et al. (see also STORM's YouTube Channel).

Constrained Color Palettes: We introduce constrained color palettes, a useful and powerful representation for color palette creation/editing by interpolation and exploration (Siggraph 2017).

by Nicolas Mellado et al. (see also STORM's YouTube Channel).

n-Ary Composition for Fluid Simulation: We handle complex field function compositions with controlled and dissymmetric blending behaviors. We apply these graph-based new operators on point-based fluid simulations for accurately controlling the fluid surface at boundaries (Symposium on Computer Animation 2016).

by Florian Canezin et al. (see also STORM's YouTube Channel).

Elastic Implicit Skinning: We extend the implicit skinning technique with a tangential relaxation scheme derived from the ARAP energy for controlling the mesh elasticity during an animation (Siggraph Asia 2014).

by Rodolphe Vaillant et al. (see also STORM's YouTube Channel).

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Short Bio

Scientific Policy Officer for the IRIT Laboratory (since 2015)
Co-Head of the VORTEX research group (2012-2017)
President of the Eurographics French Chapter executive board since April 2014 (vice-president 2009-2012)

Associate Editor for Computer Graphics Forum (CGF since 2017), Computer & Graphics (C&G since 2016) and Graphical Models (GMOD since 2010)
Advisory Board Member for Eurographics 2018 full papers
Full Paper Conference Chair for Eurographics 2017
Best Paper Award Jury for Geometric & Physical Modeling (SPM2011) 2011, Chair for AFIG/EGFR from 2011 to 2015
Scientific Program Committee for Siggraph 2018, 2017, SMI-FASE 2015 to 2017, CAD/Graphics 2017, 2015, Expressive 2013 to 2017, CASA 2017, 2016, CGI 2015 to 2017, Eurographics 2016, SMI 2015, 2014, 2010, 2005 to 2008, WSCG 2012 to 2015, GD/SPM 2013, SBIM 2012, 2011, 2008, GI 2012, 2011, Siggraph Asia S&P 2011, 2010, EWNP 2009, 2008, SPBG 2006 to 2008

Reviewer for Siggraph, Siggraph Asia, TOG, Eurographics, IEEE TVCG, CGF, CAGD, C&G, TVC, CAVW, etc
Reviewer in Habilitation Jury: Eric Guérin 2017, Benoît Crespin 2016, Romain Raffin 2013
Reviewer in PhD Jury: Ulysse Vimont 2016, Ludovic Blache 2016, Emilie Guy 2016, Jean-David Génevaux 2015, Stéphane Calderon 2015, Romain Casati 2015, Mathieu Bailet 2014, Cédric Zanni 2013, Sergey Podkorytov 2013, Lucian Stanculescu 2013, Noura Faraj 2013, Simon Boyé 2012, Yacine Boumzaïd 2012
Examinator in PhD Jury: Jules Morel 2017, Adrien Bernhardt 2013, Damien Rohmer 2011, François Destelle 2010, Mickaël Vermet 2010, Jamie Wither 2008

Funded Projects: CALiTrOp (ANR 2017-2021), FOLD-Dyn (ANR 2017-2020), DEMAGOS-3D (LabEx CIMI 2015-2018), R&T MNS (CNES 2013-2014), IM&M (ANR Young Researchers 2012-2015), NatSim (ANR 2006-2009)
International Expert for the Italian ANVUR since 2016
International Expert for the Canadian KILLAM Research Fellowship in 2017
Expert for the HCERES
Reviewer for the ANR (National Research Agency)
Expert for the JEI and CIR (Jeunes Entreprises Innovantes et Crédit d'impôt Recherche, French government department of research and industry)

Active Collaborations: Marie-Paule Cani (INRIA Rhône-Alpes - France), Brian Wyvill (University of Victoria - Canada), Gael Guennebaud (INRIA Bordeaux Sud-Ouest - France), Michiel van de Panne (University of British Columbia - Canada), Riccardo Scateni (Universita' di Cagliari), Andrea Tagliasacchi (University of Victoria - Canada)

Member ACM Siggraph, Eurographics, SIF, AFIG

PhD and Post-Docs
  • 2002-2003: Research associate in the Computer Graphics group of the University of Aachen - Germany
  • 2001-2002: Research associate in the Rainbow group of the University of Cambridge - UK
  • 1997-2000: PhD thesis in the SIRV group, IRIT laboratory of the University of Toulouse - France
Bibliography in Numbers: Google Scholar
Research in Videos: Vimeo
Complete List of Publications: by years
Computer Science Bibliography: dblp top

All Day Images

Sketch-Based Implicit Blending by Baptiste Angles et al., Transactions on Graphics, proc. of Siggraph Asia 2017.



posted 15/09/2017

Constrained Palette-Space Exploration by Nicolas Mellado et al., Transactions on Graphics, proc. of Siggraph 2017.



posted 05/09/2017

Topology-Aware Neighborhoods for Point-Based Simulation and Reconstruction by Florian Canezin et al., Symposium on Computer Animation 2016. Funded by the ANR JCJC IM&M.






posted 24/05/2016

The video of my seminar at Collège de France is now online.






posted 06/03/2015

"Façonner l'imaginaire : de la création numérique 3D aux mondes virtuels animés" by Marie-Paule Cani at Collège de France. During this lecture series, I'll give a seminar Thursday 27 February 2015.






posted 20/01/2015

Robust Iso-Surface Tracking for Interactive Character Skinning by Rodolphe Vaillant et al., TOG - Siggraph Asia 2014.






posted 24/10/2014

Modeling 3D Animals from a Side-View Sketch by Even Entem et al., C&G - SMI2014. Congratulations Even for this nice first publication !



posted 01/10/2014

Researches on Implicit Skinning are presented in the CNRS Activity Report 2013 (page 46).


posted 11/09/2014

"Globally Adaptive Control Variate for Robust Numerical Integration" by Anthony Pajot et al., SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 2014.


posted 23/05/2014

"Crack-free rendering of dynamically tesselated B-Rep models", by Frédéric Claux et al., Eurographics 2014.


posted 18/12/2013

"De la sphère à l'animation de la peau d'un personnage (From a sphere to the animation of a character skin)", talk given during the "Mois de l'Informatique Graphique" in Limoges (28 November 2013).


posted 04/12/2013

"Implicit Decals: Interactive Editing of Repetitive Patterns on Surfaces", by Erwin de Groot et al., CGF 2013.



posted 16/10/2013

"Adequate Inner Bound for Geometric Modeling with Compact Field Functions", by Florian Canezin et al., SMI 2013. Congratulations for your first paper Florian !



posted 28/05/2013

"Implicit Skinning: Real-Time Skin Deformation with Contact Modeling", by Rodolphe Vaillant et al., Siggraph 2013.



posted 27/04/2013

Our office door after Siggraph 2013 results. Congratulations Rodolphe !



posted 10/04/2013

"Adaptive Remeshing for Real-Time Mesh Deformation", by Marion Dunyach et al., Eurographics Short Papers 2013.



posted 29/01/2013

"A Gradient-Based Implicit Blend", by Olivier Gourmel et al., TOG 2013.




posted 05/10/2012

"An Efficient Trim Structure for Rendering Large B-Rep Models", by Frédéric Claux et al., VMV 2012.




posted 26/08/2012

Summer 2002, Stratford-upon-Avon (England). The Cambridge MINGLE group: Malcom, Loïc, Lucia, Neil and Cédric.



posted 24/05/2012

Our office door, before and after Siggraph 2012 results. Two submissions = one rejection and one conditional acceptance to TOG. Congratulations Olivier !



posted 13/04/2012

David's desk just after the Siggraph deadline. To not hurt sensitive souls, we've hidden all uncertain things lying on the left of the desk.





posted 27/02/2012
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