Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
Inria International Partners
Declared Inria International Partners
Joint projects with the Forestry Commission, UK
Two common works with an ecophysiologist from the British Forestry Commission, Eric Casella, are currently carried out. The first one aims at detecting, analysing and correcting acquisition noise from terrestrial laser scans (t-LiDAR) of plants and trees. The second one aims at reconstructing accurate virtual models of forest trees, for biomass measurement purposes. Both projects are funded by the University of Grenoble Alpes, through the AGIR framework. A PhD student, Romain Rombourg, is working on them.
Informal International Partners
The long term collaboration with TU Munich and Slobodan Ilic on human motion capture is ongoing with the work of Paul Huang  and  that was published at CVPR and IJCV this year. The work contributes with an approach that identifies and takes benefit of key poses when tracking shapes and 4D modeling.