Graphics and Imaging Lab, University of Zaragoza, Spain
Email : jdelanoy[at]unizar.es
I am a postdoc researcher at the Graphics and Imaging Lab (University of Zaragoza, Spain). In 2019, I finished my PhD at Inria Sophia-Antipolis in the GraphDeco research group, under the supervision of Adrien Bousseau. In 2017, I worked as an intern at Adobe Research under the supervision of Aaron Hertzmann. Previsouly, I completed my Master's degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from ENSIMAG (Grenble Inp) in France, in 2015.
I'm interested in using digital tools to help artists create or explore the creation space based on perceptual knowledge. I like to study how artists work with traditional techniques and how we perceive what they create in order to propose better solutions to assist creative tasks.
- Mar 2021 - Our work "Perception of material appearance: a comparison between painted and rendered images" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Vision. Preprint available!
- Mar 2021 - Our work "Perception of material appearance: a comparison between painted and rendered images" will be presented at the workshop The Skin of Things 2021.
- Jun 2020 - Our work "The role of objective and subjective measures in material similarity learning" will be presented as a poster at Siggraph 2020.
- Sept 2019 - I have started a post-doc position in the Graphics and Imaging Lab (University of Zaragoza) under the guidance of Diego Gutierrez and Belen Masia.
Journal of Vision (JoV), 2021 (to appear)
ACM SIGGRAPH 2020 Posters - aug 2020
Computers & Graphics, Volume 82 - aug 2019
Proceedings of the 8th ACM/EG Expressive Symposium - may 2019
Proceedings of the ACM on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, Volume 1, Number 21 - may 2018