- sbarbieri at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
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Simone Barbieri, born in Cagliari, Italy, is a Research Engineer (EngD) in Virtual Reality and Computer Animation, at the Centre for Digital Entertainment, Bournemouth University. His research is funded by EPSRC. He is currently collaborating with Thud Media, in Cardiff. For his current research project, he is under the supervision of Dr. Xiaosong Yang and Dr. Zhidong Xiao from Bournemouth University and Mr. Ben Cawthorne from Thud Media.
Mr. Barbieri obtained his BSc (2012) and MSc (2014) in Computer Science from Cagliari University, in Italy. His Master's Thesis was about a curve-skeleton editing tool and a novel inverse-skeletonization algorithm which produces three-dimensional quad-meshes.
- Barbieri, S., Meloni, P., Usai, F., Spano, L.D. and Scateni, R., 2016. An interactive editor for curve-skeletons: SkeletonLab. COMPUTERS & GRAPHICS-UK, 60, 23-33.
- Barbieri, S., Cawthrone, B., Xiao, Z. and Yang, X., 2017. Repurpose 2D Character Animations for a VR Environment Using BDH Shape Interpolation. Next Generation Computer Animation Techniques. Verlag: Springer International Publishing.
- Barbieri, S., Cawthrone, B., Xiao, Z. and Yang, X., 2017. Repurpose 2D Character Animations for a VR Environment using BDH Shape Interpolation. In: The 11th International conference on E-Learning and Game 26-28 June 2017 United Kingdom. 69-85.
- Barbieri, S., Cawthorne, B., Xiao, Z. and Yang, X., 2017. Repurpose 2D Character Animations for a VR Environment using BDH Shape Interpolation. In: The 11th International Conference on E-Learning and Games 26-28 June 2017 Bournemouth, UK.
- Barbieri, S., Meloni, P., Usai, F. and Scateni, R., 2015. Skeleton Lab: an Interactive Tool to Create, Edit, and Repair Curve-Skeletons. The Eurographics Association.
- MSc in Computer Science (Cagliari University, 2014)
- BSc (Hons) in Computer Science (Cagliari University, 2012)