Antoine Bouthors

Ph.D. Candidate & Engineer.
INRIA Rhône-Alpes Born 12/27/1981
655, av. de l'Europe Work phone : +33 4 76 61 55 93
38334 Saint Ismier Cedex Mobile phone : +33 6 79 86 42 13
France Antoine.Bouthors@gmail.com
 

Education

2004 - present  Ph.D candidate in Computer Science. Expected completion May 2008.
Grenoble Universities, Grenoble, France. Team EVASION (LJK-INRIA).
Dissertation topic: Real-time realistic rendering of clouds.
Advisors: Fabrice Neyret, Nelson Max (UC Davis).
Committee: Fabrice Neyret, Jerry Tessendorf, Mathias Paulin.
2003-2004  M.Sc in Computer Science with Computer Graphics specialization.
Marne-la-Vallée University, Noisy-le-Grand, France. Thesis: procedural clouds modeling.
Advisor: Fabrice Neyret.
With honors.
1999-2004  M.Eng in Computer Science.
Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs en Electrotechnique et Electronique (ESIEE), Noisy-le-Grand, France.
Academic projects: detection of anomalies in the carotid from scanner images (project leader), development of an infrared remote controller for MS Windows.
With honors.
 

Professional experience

2004 - present  Researcher (Ph.D candidate). Grenoble Universities, Grenoble, France.
Developed a volume light transport simulator for supercomputers. Developed new GPU algorithms for the real-time rendering of clouds. Created new algorithms for implicit surfaces triangulation.
2003  Engineer (intern). Fraunhofer Institut fur Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik, Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Developed Very large 3D vector field visualization methods on supercomputers. Implemented 3D grayscale morphological operators in parallel.
2002  Freelance developer. Customer: Bayer SA, Paris, France.
Developed a network application sending messages from computers to pagers through an intuitive user interface.
2002  Freelance developer. Customer: Alias25, Brussels, Belgium.
Developed a plug-in for 3D Studio MAX, a 3D modelling software.
2001  Software developer (intern). Lexis Numérique, Champs-sur-Marne, France.
Integrated Havok, a physics engine, in a real-time 3D video game targeted on X-Box, Gamecube and Playstation 2. Created plug-in for 3D Studio MAX.
2000 - 2002  Software developer. Personal project.
Developed Orion3D, a real-time object-oriented graphics rendering engine. Experienced teamwork, wide project management and state-of-the-art rendering techniques.
 

Technical skills

OSes  Windows, Linux, HP/UX.
Languages  C++, Cg, GLSL, SQL, PHP, Java, Pascal, Basic, x86 Assembly.
APIs  OpenGL, MPI, 3DSMAX, Win32, STL, Boost, Renderware, Havok.
Software  3D Studio MAX, Drawbase, Visual Studio.
 

Languages

French  Native language.
English  Fluent. TOEFL score: 640/677 (january 2003).
 

Publications

A. Bouthors, F. Neyret, N. Max, E. Bruneton, C. Crassin, Interactive multiple anisotropic scattering in clouds, In Proceedings of ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games (I3D), 2008.

A. Bouthors, E. Bruneton, F. Neyret, N. Max, Real-time subsurface scattering on the GPU, Research report, 2007.

A. Bouthors, F. Neyret, N. Max, E. Bruneton, C. Crassin, Rendu interactif de nuages réalistes, In Proceedings of Journées de l'Association Francophone d'Informatique Graphique (AFIG), 2007.

A. Bouthors, M. Nesme, Twinned Meshes for Dynamic Triangulation of Implicit Surfaces, In Proceedings of Graphics Interface, 2007.

M. Nesme, A. Bouthors, Dynamic Triangulation of Implicit Surfaces: towards the handling of topology changes, INRIA research report RR-6128.

A.Bouthors, F. Neyret, S. Lefebvre, Real-time realistic illumination and shading of stratiform clouds, In Proceedings of the 3rd Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena, 2006.

A. Bouthors, F. Neyret, Modeling Clouds Shape, In Proceedings of EUROGRAPHICS (short presentations), 2004.

Research interests: light transport, perception, GPU and parallel algorithms, shape modeling.
 

Teaching experience & Community service

2005 - 2007  Supervised three M.Sc students on rendering of clouds on GPU and implicit surfaces triangulation.
2005 - 2007  Supervised three M.Sc students on rendering of clouds on GPU and implicit surfaces triangulation.
2005 - 2007  Teaching assistant at Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (INPG), France.
Computer Graphics, GPU Programming. Lectures and practical courses, Graduate level.
Algorithms, Compilation, Advanced Networking. Lectures and practical courses, Undergrad level.
2005 - 2007  Involved in scientific popularization trough scientific cafes.
2004 - 2006  Student volunteer for ACM SIGGRAPH and Eurographics conferences.
2003 - 2004  Teaching assistant at ESIEE, France.
Parallel programming, Computer Vision. Practical courses, Graduate level.
2000 - present  Maintaining online entry-level OpenGL tutorials and demos.
2003 - 2004  Private teacher.
Mathematics, High school level.
 

Grants & fellowships

2006  France-Berkeley Fund. Fund supporting cooperation between France and University of California.
Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley and Ministry of Foreign A airs, France.
2006  Exploradoc fellowship. Grant program helping Ph.D students in starting international cooperation.
Rhône-Alpes region, France.
2004 - 2007  MENRT. Merit-based Ph.D grant.
Ministry of Research and Higher Education, France.
 

Other interests

Sports  Rock climbing, mountaineering, snowboarding, paragliding.
Cultural  Piano, guitar, drama.
 

References

Fabrice Neyret, Researcher
INRIA Rhône-Alpes
655, av. de l'Europe
38334 Saint Ismier Cedex
France
Phone: +33 4 76 61 54 30
Fabrice.Neyret@imag.fr
http://evasion.imag.fr/~Fabrice.Neyret/
  Nelson Max, Professor
Institute for Data Analysis and Visualization
2343 Academic Surge
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA 95616
USA
Phone: +1 925 422 4974
max2@llnl.gov
http://www.idav.ucdavis.edu/people/profile?pid=9

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