My name is Jonathan Sarton and I am an associate professor at Université de Strasbourg in France since 2019.
I obtained my PhD in high performance visualization in 2018 at Université de Reims (France). The research I conducted during my PhD thesis focused on interactive visualization of very large volume datasets. In this context I proposed a GPU-based ray-guided approch combined with an out-of-core method for direct volume rendering on multi-GPU environnement.
I am currently working on two main aspects :
The visualization of large complex unstructured meshes from numerical simulation. This work is conducted within the ANR LUM-Vis project for which I am the scientific leader.
The interactive Visualization of 3D Echography Images with Volume Rendering (collaboration with IRCAD France Strasbourg)
PhD in computer science - high performance visualization, 2018
Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne - France
M.Sc in computer science (visualization, image processing and high performance computing), 2014
University of Orléans - France
I am a teacher at the University of Strasbourg (France) at the Mathematics & Computer Sciences Dpt. I am curently teaching :
From 2015 to 2019 I taught at the Computer Sciences department of the technological institut at Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (France). I have been involved in the following teaching modules :