Benoit Michel

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Benoit Michel is a Belgian engineer born in 1950.[1] He is the author or co-author of more than 20 technical books on microcomputing, cinema, and stereoscopy.

Biography[edit]

Michel received his degree in civil engineering from Université de Liège, Belgium, 1976 .[2]

Professional history[edit]

Michel co-founded “Neurones”, one of the first 3D cartoon studios in Europe in 1989. After that, he switched to R&D project management in telecommunications, human-machine interaction, digital cinema, and multimedia and is now at UCL, successively managing the SIMILAR[3] network of excellence on multimodal interfaces, the EDCINE[4] project on enhanced digital cinema, the 3D Media research project focusing on stereoscopic and 3D imaging. He is now working on a medical imaging project called "InVivo/IGT"[5] improving the way 3D images are driving proton therapy machines to cure cancer.

He is a member of the editorial board of ERCIM News,[6] and is working as a consultant for the European Commission, the TWIST cluster[7] of Walloon companies, and various private companies and he is the editor of the free “StereoscopyNews” newsletter.[8] He is co-founder of The European Spaceward Association,[9] a non-profit association with a goal to preserve and improve life on earth by going into space.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Programmes internes du Commodore PET/CBM (ed B.C.M.)[10]
  • Le livre du VIC (ed B.C.M.)[11]
  • Le livre du 64 (ed B.C.M.)[12]
  • Le livre de l'AmigaBasic (ed P.S.I.)[13]
  • PC, XT, AT: Maintenance et améliorations (ed B.C.M.)[14]
  • Le livre du Pick (ed B.C.M.)[15]
  • Clefs pour Amiga (ed P.S.I.)[16]
  • Personnalisez votre MS-DOS (ed B.C.M.)[17]
  • Programmation Windows en Visual BASIC (ed. Dunod Tech, 1992)[18]
  • Digital cinema : Revolution or Evolution (in 'Film Journal International', Aug 2001)[19]
  • Similar Dreams 'Multimodal interfaces in our future life' (chapter 8 only) (ed. PUL, 2005)[20]
  • Beyond DCI: The integration of object oriented 3D sound into the Digital Cinema (conference paper presented at NEM Summit 2008)[21]
  • 3DTV Le futur de la télévision stéréoscopique, avec J-F. Nivart, R. Roberts et V. Breuls de Tiecken, ed. TWIST[22]
  • La Stéréoscopie Numérique (ed Eyrolles, 2011, ISBN 978-2-212-129885)[23]

References[edit]

  1. ^ UCL University Bio
  2. ^ Eyrolles Author Bio
  3. ^ SIMILAR
  4. ^ EDCINE
  5. ^ InVivo/IGT Project Archived May 5, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ ERCIM News
  7. ^ TWIST cluster Archived February 29, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ StereoscopyNews
  9. ^ European Spaceward Association
  10. ^ Michel, Benoit. Programmes internes du Commodore PET/CBM. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. 
  11. ^ Benoit, Michel. Le livre du VIC. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. ISBN 978-2-87111-000-2. 
  12. ^ Benoit, Michel. Le livre du 64. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. ISBN 978-2-87111-001-9. 
  13. ^ Benoit, Michel. Le livre de l'AmigaBasic. Paris, France: P.S.I. ISBN 978-2-86595-501-5. 
  14. ^ Benoit, Michel; Benoit, M. PC, XT, AT: Maintenance et améliorations. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. ISBN 287111014X. 
  15. ^ Benoit, Michel; Martin, D. Le livre du Pick. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. ISBN 978-2-87111-013-2. 
  16. ^ Benoit, Michel; Labaye, V.; Herzet, G. Clefs pour Amiga. Paris, France: P.S.I. ISBN 978-2-86595-418-6. 
  17. ^ Benoit, Michel; Surny, A.L. Personnalisez votre MS-DOS. Liège, Belgium: B.C.M. ISBN 978-2-87111-020-0. 
  18. ^ Benoit, Michel. Programmation Windows en Visual BASIC. Paris, France: Dunod Tech. 
  19. ^ Digital cinema : Revolution or Evolution
  20. ^ Benoit, Michel; Daussogne, S.; Macq, B. (2005). ""Chapter 8: SIMILAR work ’04"". Similar Dreams. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: Presse Universitaires de Louvain. p. 143. ISBN 978-2-930344-91-1. 
  21. ^ Beyond DCI: The integration of object oriented 3D sound into the Digital Cinema [1][permanent dead link]
  22. ^ 3DTV Le futur de la télévision stéréoscopique[permanent dead link]
  23. ^ Benoit, Michel (November 2011). La Stéréoscopie Numérique. Paris, France: Eyrolles. p. 291. ISBN 978-2-212-12988-5.