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Jan Ondřej
Trinity College Dublin

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Short Bio
Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Associate at Disney Research in Los Angeles working with Carol O'Sullivan. I obtained my Ph.D. from INSA/INRIA Rennes in France, supervisied by Julien Pettré in 2011.
My interests are in interactive computer graphics, animation and virtual reality. In particular, I am interested in any research involving virtual humans and crowds (collision avoidance and navigation, animation, rendering and interaction).

  • Started a new post-doc at Trinity College Dublin on V-SENSE project
  • 07/16:Judging crowds’ size by ear and by eye in virtual reality to appear in Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces
  • 07/16:HI Robot: Human Intention-aware Robot Planning for Safe and Efficient Navigation in Crowds accepted to IROS
  • 05/16:FrankenFolk: Distinctiveness and Attractiveness of Voice and Motion will be presented at ACM SAP in Anaheim
  • 03/16: Multisensory aversive stimuli differentially modulate negative feelings in near and far space was accepted to Psychological Research
  • 03/16: A chapter on Vision Based Local Collision Avoidance was published in Game Engine Gems 3
  • 02/16: A Feasibility Study with Image-Based Rendered Virtual Reality in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia was published in Plos One
  • 01/16: Familiar environments enhance object and spatial memory in both younger and older adults was published in Experimental Brain Research.