Digital geometry and algorithmic geometry for interactive 3D design
PhD in Computer Graphics
We are looking to hire
Our Computer Graphics group is composed of two permanents (Pr. Tamy Boubekeur and me), 3 PhD candidates in rendering, 4 PhD candidates in geometry processing and modeling. We also have close collaborations with the LIX (in particular, the STREAM team led by Pr. Marie-Paule Cani), and the various teams of the Image, Data, Signals Department of Telecom-ParisTech.
Telecom-ParisTech is located in the heart of the lovely 13th district of Paris.
Feel free to contact me by mail if you are interested.
Hi! I'm Jean-Marc. I work mainly in Computer Graphics, on the topics of Shape Modeling, Geometry Processing, Animation, Shape Analysis and Deformation, but I always try to expand my area of expertise and I'm interested in all aspects related to Computer Graphics and Data Processing and Analysis in general. I received my PhD in 2012 in the Computer Graphics group of Telecom-ParisTech, which is a first class engineering school located in the core of Paris, in the XIIIth district. I have worked from 2013 to 2015 as a post-doctoral researcher at Telecom ParisTech and at TU Delft and I am since september 2016 an associate professor in Computer Graphics at Telecom ParisTech.
- September 2016 - present day: Associate Professor at Telecom-Paristech.
- September 2015 - August 2016: Sabbatical.
- February 2014 - August 2015: Post-doc at TU Delft on geometric modeling and geometry processing.
- December 2012 - December 2013: Post-doc at Telecom-Paristech on geometric modeling and geometry processing.