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David Bourguignon

David Bourguignon
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Ph.D.

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23
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Additional affiliations
February 2003 - February 2004
Princeton University
Position
  • Visiting Research Fellow
Education
February 2003 - January 2004
Princeton University
Field of study
  • Computer Graphics
October 1998 - September 2002
Institut national polytechnique de Grenoble
Field of study
  • Biomedical Engineering
October 1994 - September 1997
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris
Field of study
  • Biology-Biochemistry

Publications

Publications (23)
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We present a system for sketching in 3D, which strives to preserve the degree of expression, imagination, and simplicity of use achieved by 2D drawing. Our system directly uses user-drawn strokes to infer the sketches representing the same scene from different viewpoints, rather than attempting to reconstruct a 3D model. This is achieved by interpr...
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This paper presents a deformable model that offers control of the isotropy or anisotropy of elastic material, independently of the way the object is tiled into volume elements. The new model is as easy to implement and almost as efficient as mass-spring systems, from which it is derived. In addition to controlled anisotropy, it contrasts with those...
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This paper presents a modeling system which takes advantage of two-dimensional drawing knowledge to design three-dimensional free-form shapes. A set of mouse or tablet strokes is interpreted by the system as defining both a two-dimensional shape boundary and a displacement map. This information is used for pushing or pulling vertices of existing su...
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Medicine is a discipline where visualization is an essential component of learning. However, the three-dimensional, dynamic structure of the human body poses difficult teaching challenges. There is a need for truly interactive computer tools that will enable students to create and manipulate computer models, not just watch them. We propose differen...
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Electricity overconsumption is one of the important issues of the global energy and climate crisis we are currently facing. We conducted a study, within the framework of commitment theories (Lokhorst et al., 2013), to determine if the use of an online cooperative video game (Kwaan) could foster its participants' effective energy-saving behaviours....
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To foster the sustainable development of renewable energy use in urban areas, we define an alternative, reciprocity-based, techno-economic system named SEAMS (“sharing energy amongst adjacent buildings”). We demonstrate its relevance through a statistical analysis of linear heat density across coastal cities from Northwestern mainland France, and a...
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Tubulins are the major proteins within centriolar and axonemal structures. In all cell types studied so far, numerous alpha- and beta-tubulin isoforms are generated both by expression of a multigenic family and various post-translational modifications. We have developed a primary culture of human nasal epithelial cells where the ciliated cell diffe...

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