Postdoctoral researcher
GraphDeco, Inria Sophia-Antipolis

e-mail:  tibor.stanko@inria.fr
phone:  (+33) 4 92 38 78 40
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Inria Sophia-Antipolis
2004 Route des Lucioles, BP 93
06902 Sophia Antipolis, France
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News

Nov 13, 2018
I’m attending J-FIG 2018 in Poitiers.
Oct 16, 2018
I made a video summary of my PhD research for the Prix de thèse IG-RV 2018.
Jun 25, 2018
I’m visiting RWTH Aachen University for two weeks (until July 6).

Publications

thumbnail Shape reconstruction of meshed smooth surfaces equipped with inertial sensors
Shape reconstruction of meshed smooth surfaces equipped with inertial sensors
T Stanko
2017, PhD thesis, Université Grenoble Alpes
Prix de thèse IG-RV 2018 honorable mention
thumbnail Morphorider: Acquisition and Reconstruction of 3D Curves with Mobile Sensors
Morphorider: Acquisition and Reconstruction of 3D Curves with Mobile Sensors
T Stanko, N Saguin-Sprynski, L Jouanet, S Hahmann, GP Bonneau
2017, IEEE Sensors
thumbnail Shape from sensors: Curve networks on surfaces from 3D orientations
T Stanko, S Hahmann, GP Bonneau, N Saguin-Sprynski
2017, Computers & Graphics (Proc. SMI)
Best Paper Award
thumbnail Surfacing curve networks with normal control
T Stanko, S Hahmann, GP Bonneau, N Saguin-Sprynski
2016, Computers & Graphics
thumbnail Smooth interpolation of curve networks with surface normals
Smooth interpolation of curve networks with surface normals
T Stanko, S Hahmann, GP Bonneau, N Saguin-Sprynski
2016, Eurographics — short papers
thumbnail Refining procedures on mesh via algebraic fitting
Refining procedures on mesh via algebraic fitting
T Stanko
2014, MSc thesis, Comenius University in Bratislava
thumbnail Refining procedures on mesh via algebraic fitting
2014, CESCG
thumbnail Online application for data visualisation
Online application for data visualisation
T Stanko
2012, BSc thesis, Comenius University in Bratislava

Short Bio

I’m currently a postdoc at GraphDeco (Inria Sophia Antipolis) working with Adrien Bousseau and David Bommes (University of Bern).

I got my PhD from Université Grenoble Alpes, my advisors were Stefanie Hahmann, Georges-Pierre Bonneau (Inria Grenoble) and Nathalie Saguin-Sprynski (CEA-Leti). My thesis was one of the three recognized with the Prix de thèse IG-RV 2018. Before that, I got my BSc and MSc from Comenius University in Bratislava, my advisor was Pavel Chalmovianský.

Students

  • Lucas Lesage (internship at Inria Grenoble, summer 2017)

Teaching

Misc graphics & geometry bookmarks

My PhD work featured in CEA-Leti annual reports

  • 2017, p.54: Morphorider: Capturing Shapes with Precision
  • 2018, TBA: Shape from Sensors

Choir singing is fun!

I am currently a member of the Choeur Philharmonique de Nice. Before, I was singing in University Choir Technik STU and Cantica Nova. Some of my favorite compositions include Fauré's 'Requiem and Rutter's Magnificat.

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