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Tarini Marco

Marco Tarini (Ph.D., Univ of Pisa, 2003) has authored several papers published in the top international journals and conferences of his area, including multiple award-winning works. He is active within several projects funded at national or European level.  He regularly serves as a International Program Commettee member (IPC) at  Eurographics, Pacific Graphics, Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation, Visualization and Computer Graphics, Geometric Modeling and Processing, and others venues. He is a core developer of several research related, heavily downloaded Open Source projects.
In 2004 Marco was awarded "Best Young Researcher" by the Eurographics (the European Association for Computer Graphics).
In 2001/2002 he worked as a Marie Curie Fellow at the MPI-Informatik (Saarbrueken, Germany), and in 2004/2005 as a PostDoc at the ISTI-CNR.
Marco collaborates regularly as an Associate Researcher with ISTI institute of the CNR, in Pisa (Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione of the National Research Council).


Marco is Active in the Computer Graphics field, his main contributions are in surface parameterization, modelling, surface acquisition, real-time rendering techniques, and scientific visualization.

Pubblicazioni significative: 

- Simple quad domains for field aligned mesh parametrization - M Tarini, E Puppo, D Panozzo, N Pietroni, P Cignoni - ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 30 (6), 142, 2011
- Global parametrization of range image sets - N Pietroni, M Tarini, O Sorkine, D Zorin -ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 30 (6), 149 2011
- Practical quad mesh simplification - M Tarini, N Pietroni, P Cignoni, D Panozzo, E Puppo - Computer Graphics Forum 29 (2), 407-418, 2010
- Ambient occlusion and edge cueing for enhancing real time molecular visualization - M Tarini, P Cignoni, C Montani - Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on 12 (5), 1237-1244,  2006
- Polycube-maps - M Tarini, K Hormann, P Cignoni, C Montani - ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 23 (3), 853-860, 2004

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