Jarek Rossignac


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  • SIGGRAPH 1996

    Jarek Rossignac is Senior Manager of the 3D Graphics and Interactions Department at IBM Research, covering a wide range of activities in CAD, graphics, and virtual reality. He joined IBM Research in 85 with a PhD in EE on Solid Modeling from the University of Rochester. In 89, he created the Interactive Geometric Modeling group and managed research projects in topological representations and algorithms for CAD and in the interactive design and inspection of complex animated assemblies. He published over 40 papers winning three Best Paper external awards (Computer and Graphics’90, Eurographics’91, and IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications’93). He authored 12 invention disclosures in modeling and graphics and received numerous IBM internal awards (including the Best Paper award from Computer Science and a Research Division Award for the 3D Interaction Accelerator software system, which supports graphics and VR interactions with 3D CAD models of industrial complexity,  i.e.: comprising millions of faces). Rossignac lectures at SIGGRAPH and at Eurographics. He is Associate Editor of four professional journals (ACM Transactions on  Graphics, Computer-Aided Design, The Visual Computer, and Computer Graphics Fo- rum) and Guest Editor for 7 special issues (three in Computer-Aided Design, one in the  International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications, two in the IEEE  Computer Graphics and Applications, and one in the ACM transactions on Graphics). He referred several hundred manuscripts and numerous grant proposals, and served in various international conference committees (including Eurographics 91-93-94 and SIGGRAPH 93-94). Rossignac is also co-chairman of the ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling for 91-95, of the Eurographics’94 Workshop on Graphics  Hardware. He is co-chairman of the International Program Committees for Eurographics’96 and for CAD/Graphics’95. Finally, He serves as Program Director for SIAM’s Activity Group on Geometric Design.    

    SIGGRAPH 1995

    Jarek Rossignac is Senior Manager of the 3D Graphics and Interactions Department at IBM Research, covering a wide range of activities in CAD graphics and virtual reality. He joined IBM Research in 85 with a PhD in EE on Solid Modeling from the University of Rochester. In 89 he created the Interactive Geometric Modeling group and managed research projects in topological representations and algorithms for CAD and in the interactive design and inspection of complex animated assemblies. He published over 40 papers winning three Best Paper external awards (Computer and Graphics ‘90, Eurographics ‘91, and IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications ‘93). He authored 12 invention disclosures in modeling and graphics and received numerous IBM internal awards (including the Best Paper award from Computer Science and a Research Division Award for the 3D Interaction Accelerator software system which supports graphics and VR interactions with 3D CAD models of industrial complexity i. e. comprising millions of faces). Rossignac lectures at SIGGRAPH and at Eurographics. He is Associate Editor of four professional Journals (ACM Transactions on Graphics Computer Aided Design The Visual Computer and Computer Graphics Forum) and Guest Editor for 7 special issues (three in Computer Aided Design one in the International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications two in the IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications and one in the ACM transactions on Graphics). He referred several hundred manuscripts and numerous grant proposals serves in vanous international conference committees (including Eurographics 91 93 94 and SIGGRAPH 93 94). Rossignac is also co-chairman of the ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling for 91 95 of the Eurographics 94 Workshop on Graphics Hardware. He is co-chairman of the International Program Committees for Eurographics 96 and for CAD/Graphics 95. Finally, he serves as Program Director for SIAM’s Activity Group on Geometric Design. 

     


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