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VTX Demo stars

VTX is the High Performance molecular visualization software that is under development within the ViDOCK project. Here is a small demo of real-time navigation using the VTX graphics engine on the largest structure of the protein data bank, the HIV capsid (2.5 Million atoms)

SHREC 2020 - Protein Shape Retrieval Contest stars

The article describing the performance of different shape similarity search methods on the protein shapes track of the SHREC2020 contest is available

Maxime Maria

 

Dr Maxime Maria is assistant professor in Xlim, University of Limoges and an associate member of the team. He is a former postdoctoral researcher of the ViDOCK team, funded by the ERC.

 

 

Guillaume Lavoué

 

Guillaume Lavoué is currently Professor at the LIRIS laboratory (Univ-Lyon,INSA, Lyon). Guillaume Lavoué received his PhD from the University of Lyon (2005) where he is now an associate professor. He defended his habilitation title in 2013. His research interests include geometry processing, 3D data compression, visual quality assessment and perception for computer graphics. Guillaume Lavoue authored more than 30 journal papers and has been chairing the 10th Eurographics Workshop on 3D Object Retrieval (3DOR'2017). Since 2018 he is the coordinator of the PISCo project about interactive and immersive remote visualization of complex 3D scenes. Since 2018, he is an associated member of the ViDOCK project.

 

 

SHREC'19 Protein Shape dataset stars

SHREC'19 Protein Shape Retrieval Dataset

This dataset has been designed for the SHREC'19 Protein Shape Retrieval track of the 3DOR workshop in the Eurographics 2019 conference (Genova, Italy)

The dataset is accessible at drugdesign.fr

New arrival in the team, Welcome Maxime

We have a new member in the team! Dr Maxime Maria has joined the ViDOCK team, he will be in charge of developing the new visualizer of the ViDOCK prototype ! Welcome Maxime!

SHREC’18 - Protein Shape Retrieval

The article describing the performance of different shape similarity search methods on the protein shapes track of the SHREC2018 contest is available

New arrival in the team, Welcome Machat

We have a new member in the team! Dr Mohamed Machat has joined the ViDOCK team, he will be in charge of comparing shape similarity search methods on the ViDOCK benchmark, he will also work on the evaluation of the ViDOCK prototypes. Welcome Machat!
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