Jonas Gomes

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  • SIGGRAPH 1999

    Jonas Gomes is a full professor at The Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, IMPA, in Rio de Janeiro. He took a phd in Mathematics in 1984, and has been working with computer graphics since then. He was the manager of the R&D team at Globo Television Network from 1984 to 1988. He created the computer graphics research lab at IMPA in 1989. This lab develops research and supports a graduate program in graphics. He is the author of several books in graphics, and has published several papers. He has already organized three SIGGRAPH courses: “Modeling in Graphics” in SIGGRAPH ’93, and “warping and morphing of graphical objects” in SIGGRAPH ’95 and in SIGGRAPH ’97. His current research interests include the Mathematics of computer graphics, Modeling, Visualization, Image Processing and Multimedia.  

    SIGGRAPH 1995

    Jonas Gomes is an associate professor at the Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics – IMPA, Rio de Janeiro. He took a PhD in Mathematics from IMPA in 1984. He worked as the R&D manager of the computer graphics group at Globo TV network from 1984 to 1988. In 1989 he  started a computer graphics group at IMPA. This group has been involved with research and post- graduate studies in graphics, and has given a noticeable contribution to the development of computer  graphics in Brazil. He has co-authored four books on graphics and image processing, and he has published research papers in computer graphics and image processing. In 1993 he organized the course “Modeling on Graphics” at SIGGRAPH. His current research interests include Mathematical Foundations of Computer Graphics, Modeling, Visualization and Image Processing.  

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