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J-GLOBAL ID:201901001340976284   Update date: Feb. 17, 2020

Nakashima Kazutaka

ナカシマ カズタカ | Nakashima Kazutaka
Homepage URL  (2): https://n-taka.info/introhttps://n-taka.info/introduction
Research field  (1): Human interfaces and interactions
Research keywords  (2): 3D geometry processing ,  Digital fabrication
Papers (3):
  • Kazutaka Nakashima, Thomas Auzinger, Emmanuel Iarussi, Ran Zhang, Takeo Igarashi, Bernd Bickel. CoreCavity: interactive shell decomposition for fabrication with two-piece rigid molds. ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG). 2018
  • Kazutaka Nakashima, Yuki Koyama, Takeo Igarashi, Takashi Ijiri, Shin Inada, Kazuo Nakazawa. Interactive Deformation of Structurally Complex Heart Models Constructed from Medical Images. EG 2016 - Short Papers. 2016
  • Kazutaka Nakashima, Takeo Igarashi. Extraction of a smooth surface from voxels preserving sharp creases. SIGGRAPH '15: ACM SIGGRAPH 2015 Posters. 2015
Patents (1):
  • METHOD FOR COMPUTATIONALLY DESIGNING A RE-USABLE TWO-PIECED MOLD
Lectures and oral presentations  (3):
  • CoreCavity: Interactive Shell Decomposition for Fabrication with Two-Piece Rigid Molds
    (ACM SIGGRAPH 2018 2018)
  • Interactive Deformation of Structurally Complex Heart Models Constructed from Medical Images
    (Eurographics 2016 2016)
  • Extraction of a smooth surface from voxels preserving sharp creases
    (ACM SIGGRAPH 2015 2015)
Education (3):
  • 2015 - 現在 The University of Tokyo The Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Department of Computer Science
  • 2013 - 2015 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Information Science
  • 2011 - 2013 The University of Tokyo College of Arts and Sciences
Professional career (2):
  • (The University of Tokyo)
  • (The University of Tokyo)
Work history (3):
  • 2019/05 - 2019/10 IST Austria Scientific intern
  • 2017/07 - 2017/10 IST Austria Scientific intern
  • 2016/08 - 2017/01 IST Austria Scientific intern
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