Presently: Université de Lyon 1, CNRS-LIRIS
Formerly: Université de Montréal, DIRO
Victor Ostromoukhov is a professor at Université de Lyon 1/CNRS.
He graduated from Phys-Tech (MIPT, Moscow, 1980). He then spent several years with prominent European and American industrial companies (SG2, Paris; Olivetti,
Paris and Milan; Canon Information Systems, Cupertino, CA) as a research scientist and/or computer engineer. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Swiss
Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL, Lausanne, 1995), where he then continued to work as a lecturer and senior researcher. He was an invited professor at
University of Washington (Seattle, 1997) and at iMAGIS/INRIA (Grenoble, 2002). He spent a year as research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge,
MA, in 1999-2000.
He has been an Associate Professor at Université de Montréal, from 2000 to 2009.
He has been appointed as Full Professor at Université de Lyon 1, since September 2009,
In 2010, he received a Distinguished Chair from French National Research Agency (Chaire d'Excellence ANR).
Computer Graphics, Mote Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods, Sampling, Number Theory, Low-Discrepancy Sequences,
Photorealistic and Nonphotorealistic Rendering, Tilings and Patterns, Space-Filling Curves, Digital Halftoning, Color Science, Perception and Visual Cues.
Abstracts & PDFs,
In some official documents, my name is spelled as Ostromooukhov.
In Russian, my name is spelled as
Last updated on January 1, 2016