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 Maks Ovsjanikov

Affiliation:
Assistant professor (Maître de conférences)
Laboratoire d'Informatique (LIX)
École Polytechnique
Office:
1 Rue Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves
Alan Turing Building, Office 2031
École polytechnique
91120 Palaiseau Cedex, France
Contact:
tel: +33 (0) 1 77 57 80 11
email: maks@lix.polytechnique.fr

I am an assistant professor (maître de conférences) in the Computer Science department at Ecole Polytechnique in France with a CNRS chaire d'excellence and the Jean Marjoulet chair from Ecole Polytechnique. I am a member of the LIX research laboratory of Ecole Polytechnique and an associate member (external collaborator) of the DataShape team at INRIA.

My research is primarily related to geometric (3d) shape analysis and processing with emphasis on non-rigid shape matching and comparison. In the past, I have worked on methods for dynamic registration, non-rigid shape-matching, shape comparison and retrieval, symmetry detection, among other things. I'm also very interested in image processing, computer graphics and computer vision in general. You can find some of my work on the Publications page.

NEW
(November 2017):
I am looking to hire a postdoctoral researcher and a PhD student to work on a project related to analyzing collections of 3D shapes. Both positions will start in April-September 2018. Please see the following announcement with the description of the positions.
NEW
(October 2017):
Together with Tamy Boubekeur and Pooran Memari, I am co-organizing SGP 2018 that will take place in Paris. The dates have been set and can be found on the conference website that we have created. Hope to see you there!
NEW
(October 2017):
The pre-print for our ICCV paper on Region-based Correspondence Between 3D Shapes via Spatially Smooth Biclustering together with a code demo and a poster prepared by Matteo Dennito and Simone Melzi are now all linked on my publications page.
September 2017: I gave a talk at the Geometry Workshop in Obergurgl. The slides for my talk on Some structural properties of functional map computation are now online.
September 2017: I have just received an ERC Starting Grant for a project on exploring relations in structured data with functional maps. The official announcement is here.
September 2017: Our paper on Adjoint Map Representation for Shape Analysis and Matching has just received the Replicability Stamp. You can find the source code on the Publications page.
September 2017: Our paper on Discrete time Evolution Process Descriptor for Shape Analysis and Matching was just accepted to the Transactions on Graphics (TOG) journal.

August 2017:
Our paper on Joint Graph Layouts for Visualizing Collections of Segmented Meshes was just accepted to the Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG) journal. You can find the preprint on my publications page.
July 2017: We gave a course on Functional Maps and related techniques at SIGGRAPH 2017. You can find the course notes, course slides and code on the dedicated SIGGRAPH 2017 course website.
July 2017: Our paper on Region-based Correspondence Between 3D Shapes via Spatially Smooth Biclustering has just been accepted at ICCV 2017.
July 2017: I gave a talk at the Mini-Symposium on Discrete Vector Field Analysis and Applications at the SIAM GD17 conference. The slides for the talk are now online.
June 2017 I gave a mini-course in the Graduate school of SGP 2017 in London on Shape Correspondence and Functional Maps. The slides for the mini-course are now online. You can find the original program here. The video is now also online.
May 2017: I just defended my Habilitation dissertation at the University of Paris-Sud. The HDR manuscript is now online.
May 2017 Our paper on Adjoint Map Representation for Shape Analysis and Matching, was accepted at SGP 2017. You can find the final version on my Publications page.
April 2017 Our paper on Consistent Functional Cross Field Design for Mesh Quadrangulation, was accepted at SIGGRAPH 2017. You can find the final version on my Publications page.