Emilie Nogué

Emilie Nogué

Computer Graphics PhD Student

RGI Group

Imperial College London


Early Stage Researcher of Marie Skłodowska-Curie H2021-ITN PRIME | IOGS alumni

As part of my engineering studies (Master of Science), I have been able to acquire work experience from various fields: nanoplasmonic research, augmented reality applications and LiDAR imaging. My PhD subject enables me to apply my education in photonics to the fascinating research field of computer graphics. Many interesting wave-optical effects such as polarization, skin-diffusion or fluorescence have yet to be accurately and optimally represented in current models. This research is at the service of VFX artists for the advertisment industry, cinema and manufacturing.

  • Photonics
  • Material Appearance Modeling and Rendering
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning
  • PhD in Computing, 2020-2024

    Imperial College London

  • Diplome d'Ingénieur Photonics, Electronics and Optical Engineering, 2017-2020

    Institute of Optics Graduate School

  • Mathématiques, Physiques et Sciences de l'Ingénieur, 2014-2017

    CPGE Lycée Joffre, Montpellier


ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab
Intern, automatic processing of 3D LiDAR signals for detection and segmentation
ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab
Feb 2020 – Jul 2020 Toulouse, Occitanie, France
Coding in C++ of software focusing on the detection and segmentation of dynamic elements in 3D lidar images.
Stagiaire en recherche et développement
Jun 2019 – Sep 2019 Toulouse, France
Développement en C++ de calculs scientifiques dans le cadre de la réalité augmentée.
University of Victoria
Intern Research Assistant
University of Victoria
Jun 2018 – Sep 2018 British Columbia, Canada
Working in the field of nanoplasmonics and optical tweezers to study biomolecules and other sub-optical wavelength particles.