The research and teaching activities at our institute focus on geometry acquisition and processing, on interactive visualization, and on related areas such as computer vision, photo-realistic image synthesis, and ultra high speed multimedia data transmission.
In our projects we are cooperating with various industry companies as well as with academic research groups around the world. Results are published and presented at high-profile conferences and symposia. Additional funding sources, among others, are the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the European Union.
We have a paper on Interactive Curve Constrained Functional Maps at the Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing 2018.
|June 21, 2018|
We have a paper on Feature Curve Co-Completion in Noisy Data at Eurographics 2018.
|Feb. 8, 2018|
Geometry Lab Exhibition
On November 3–5 we will be staging the Geometry Lab: an event where works of art meet scientific exhibits. Located in the Ludwig Forum art gallery, the exhibition displays an entire spectrum from classical geometric phenomena to modern research areas. In addition, workshops will be held for participants to fold paper into fascinating forms, build complex structures with Zometool, or even assemble their very own 3D printer.
|Sept. 20, 2017|
We will be hosting the International Conference on Geometric Modeling and Processing (GMP) in April 2018.
|June 19, 2017|
We have a paper on Variance-Minimizing Transport Plans for Inter-surface Mapping at SIGGRAPH 2017.
|May 2, 2017|
We have a paper on City Reconstruction and Visualization from Public Data Sources at the Eurographics Workshop on Urban Data Modelling and Visualisation 2016.
|Nov. 8, 2016|