My name’s Nolan Mestres. I’m a third year PhD student within Maverick research team (Jean Kuntzmann Laboratory, Inria Grenoble), under the supervision of Joëlle Thollot and Romain Vergne. I focus my work on expressive rendering and image stylization, taking inspiration from the case study of the haind-painted panorama maps of Pierre Novat. I graduated in 2018 with a Master’s degree in Computer Graphics & Image Analysis from Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse, France). I did my graduation internship under the supervision of Imari Sato, at the National Institute of Informatics (Tokyo, Japan), working on spectral rendering and fluorescence. For more information about my educational background you can browse my resume.
Open positions 2022-2023
Supervised by Joëlle Thollot, Romain Vergne, Fabrice Neyret, Kenneth Vanhoey, and myself, depending on the chosen topic.
- generalization of GIS data (filtering, smoothing, LoD,…)
- rendering of cartographic elements (trees, rock, roads, buildings)
- semi-automatic terrain deformation (human-computer interaction, optimization problem)
- open to proposals within this framework!
Location: Maverick research team, Inria Grenoble, France
06-2022 - My paper ‘A Stylistic Study of the Hand-Painted Winter Panorama Maps of Pierre Novat’ has been accepted for publication in Cartographic Perspectives!
03-2021 - Our paper ‘Local Light Alignment for Multi-Scale Shape Depiction’ has been accepted for publication in Computer Graphics Forum (Eurographics 2021)!
09-2018 - Got my master’s degree from Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier University!
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