Postdoctoral researcher
GraphDeco, Inria Sophia-Antipolis

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

News

Mar 11, 2019
I spent two weeks at University of Montreal (Feb 25 – Mar 8).
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.

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.

Reviewing service

Teaching

Students

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

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.

whale
confocal
shape from sensors - smartphone