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The ALICE project-team developed the first algorithm to compute the optimal transport in 3D. This concerns a semi-discrete special case of computing the optimal transport map, between a piecewise linear density and a sum of Dirac masses in 3D. Bruno Lévy, the team manager, explains his work.
European Research Council 2007
Using optimised computer representation of 3D objects, able to adapt over time, Bruno Lévy expects to improve the accuracy of digital simulations. The spin-off benefits affect computer graphic design and certain fields making good use of digital simulations.
The ERC's mission is to encourage high-quality research in Europe, thanks to significant funding. Each year, the European Research Council (ERC) rewards researchers with innovative ideas. This programme enables them to carry out exploratory research "at the frontier of knowledge" for five years and, thanks to the allocated budget, be able to set up a scientific team.
- Jean-Baptiste Mouret
- Jasmin Blanchette
- Sylvain Lefebvre
- Véronique Cortier
- Bruno Lévy
- Steve Kremer
- Axel Hutt
Inria Awards 2011
As the first winner of the Inria Young Researcher Award , Bruno Lévy sees himself, once again, comforted in his groundbreaking choices to associate applied mathematics and IT to model 3D objects using a computer, whether for video games or for digital simulation.
Bruno Lévy is appointed Director of the Inria Nancy - Grand Est Research Center by Bruno Sportisse, CEO of Inria, on November 1, 2018. Bruno Lévy, research director for ten years in Nancy and head of the ALICE project team, is an expert in digital geometry. At 47, he succeeds Sylvain Petitjean, who ran the center since September 1, 2012.