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Associate Editor for Art and Perception (since 2012)
Associate Editor for The Visual Computer journal (since 2009)
Adjunct Professor of Engineering, Brown University (2007-9)
Ph.D., Brown University, Engineering, 2003.
M.Eng., McGill University, Engineering, 1991.
B.Eng., Polyetchnique, University of Montreal, Electrical Engineering, 1986.
MSc Computer Games and Entertainment (CGE):
MSc CGE teaching : Maths and Graphics modules (2008-10)
MSc Arts Computing --> MFA Computational Studio Arts:
doc.gold.ac.uk/mscac (from 2004 until 2007)
Lecture Notes on Arts Computing (2004-08)
www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/computing/computational-studio-arts/ (since 2007, Prof. J. Jefferies, Dr. Mick Grierson)
MSc AC teaching: Arts Computing 101 (2004-8)
3D shape representation in computer vision and perception, computational geometry, architectural information systems, information visualisation and arts computing in general.
AIkon at the Kinetica Art Fair, London, February 2010 and 2012.
More exhibits linked to AIkon on our project website: www.aikon-gold.com
A detailed list of seminars, talks, visits is available here.
"Enhancing Employability --- The Importance of the University-Industry Collaboration", by W. Latham and F. F. Leymarie, Huffington Post, UK Tech section (February 28, 2012).
IVA 2013: 13th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, Edinburgh, UK, August 29-31, 2013.
CAe 2012: International Symposium on Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization, and Imaging, ACM & Eurographics, Annecy, France (June 4-6, 2012)
EvoMusArt 2012: 1st International Conference and 10th European Event on Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design, Malaga, Spain (April 11-13, 2012)
Arts and Computing: where perception, realism, imagination and digital creativity intersect.
Computer Vision: 3D shape representation(s), reconstruction, analysis, understanding. 2D image retrieval.
Computer Graphics: interactive gesture-based systems, image-based rendering, visibility computations, procedural modeling.
Computational Geometry: 3d point cloud processing, medial scaffold, Voronoi diagram, shock graphs, geodesy.
Architectural Information Systems:
CyberMonuments and CyberCities; Biomimetic Sculpting; interactive massing.
Inaugural lecture: From the Infinitely Large to the Infinitely Small
Project topics for final year undergrads:
AIkon: the Artistic/Automated IKONograph: www.aikon-gold.com
Diasynchronoscope: 3D movement synthesis and perception (screen-less): www.doc.gold.ac.uk/diasynchronoscope
DockIt: 3D gamification of protein docking (wuth the support of the BBSRC) : www.dockit.org.uk
Eco-a-Life: art and artificial life --- ecosystems in virtual worlds: www.ecoalife.com
FoldSynth: Genetics, proteomics, visualisation: www.foldsynth.com
MorphoLingua: a language for shape: www.morpholingua.com
ProGen: procedural modelling of architecture and urban scapes in computer games: www.doc.gold.ac.uk/progen/
Other topics: www.fredericfolleymarie.com
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