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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)
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).
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
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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