Samuel Audet's Home Page

Welcome to my Web site at the Okutomi & Tanaka Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. I am a doctoral candidate under the supervision of Professor Masatoshi Okutomi. This site contains information about my actitivies here in Japan, as well as during my stay at the Centre for Intelligent Machines, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada, where I received my master's degree under the supervision of Professor Jeremy R. Cooperstock.

You will find on this site information relating to:

You can find more about me and my past activities on my old Web site and on my blog that I am keeping up to date during my stay in Japan, Sam au Japon (French).

I purposely designed this Web site to have a prominent green look, including the background texture resembling very robust traditional Japanese paper (washi). Technological advancement must not destroy all that we already have, the rich environment of the natural Earth. A few links of interest on this subject:

In the same vein, since the distribution of software and digital information in general costs next to nothing, I feel they should be shared by all and become common goods. At these few sites, you can learn more about the spirit of free and open source software as well as other related philosophies and how to benefit from them:

Author – Samuel Audet <saudet at>
Last Modified – 2015-01-21