The EVASION team of Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann (CNRS, INPG, INRIA, UJF, UPMF) was created on January, 1st 2003 (then in GRAVIR laboratory). In november 2007 it gathers seven faculties, thirteen PhD students, four post-docs or visitors and four engineers. Its research topics are dedicated to modeling, animating and visualizing natural objects and phenomena. For this, two main research axes are developed: First, the development of fundamental tools for specifying complex natural scenes and objects, for tuning alternate representations for shape, motion and appearance, and for building algorithms lying on adaptive level of details for managing complexity optimally. Second, the validation of these tools on specific natural scenes, from mineral world (ocean, rivers, lava, avalanches, clouds) to animal world (simulation of organs, characters faces body and hairs, moving animals), passing through vegetal scenes (morphogenesis of plants, prairies, trees).
Evasion - Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann
655 avenue de l'Europe
38334 Saint Ismier Cedex
Téléphone : +334 76 61 54 26
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EVASION is a team of laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann - IMAG research lab
(UMR C5224 between CNRS, INPG, INRIA, UJF and UPMF), and a project of INRIA.
EVASION is a member of Association Française d'Informatique Graphique (AFIG)