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Guillaume Lavoué  
Maître de conférences / Associate Professor
Habilité à diriger des recherches (HDR) / Habilitation

LIRIS UMR 5205 CNRS, Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information

INSA de Lyon
Bât. J. Verne
20, Avenue Albert Einstein
69621 Villeurbanne Cedex 


I received in 2002 the Engineering Degree in Electronic, Telecommunication and Computer Science from CPE-Lyon (France) and the MS degree in Image Processing from the university Jean Monnet of St-Etienne (France). In 2005, I obtained the Phd degree in computer science from the the University Claude Bernard of Lyon (France) then from february to april 2006, I was postdoctoral fellow at Signal Processing Institute (EPFL) in Switzerland. Since September 2006, I am associate professor et INSA-Lyon in the LIRIS Laboratory, working in the M2DisCo research group. I have defended my habilitation in 2013. My research interests include Computer Graphics, 3D data compression, Visual Perception and Quality of Experience. An IEEE senior member, I have been chair of the Technical Committee on Human Perception and Multimedia Computing from the IEEE SMC society  (2013-2017). In 2016, I was invited professor at the LIGUM lab of the University of Montreal (8 months). 

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  •  PCQM: A full-reference quality metric for colored 3D point clouds 
    Gabriel Meynet, Yana Nehmé, Julie DigneGuillaume Lavoué, International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), 2020. Best Student Paper Award.
  • MEPP2: a generic platform for processing 3D meshes and point clouds 
    Vincent Vidal, Eric Lombardi, Martial TolaFlorent DupontGuillaume Lavoué, Eurographics 2020, short paper program.
  • The PCQM metric has been released on GitHub. PCQM is a quality metric for colored 3D point clouds.
  • The PC-MSDM metric has been released on GitHub. PC-MSDM is a quality metric for 3D point clouds without color.
  • The MEPP2 platform has been released on GitHub. It includes source code of MSDM2, progressive mesh compression, boolean operations, point cloud curvature, point cloud normal computation and others.