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.
Leif Kobbelt gave an invited talk at the Symposium on Geometry and Computational Design in Vienna.
|Nov. 30, 2015|
Leif Kobbelt gave an invited keynote presentation at the 24th International Meshing Roundtable in Austin, TX.
|Oct. 15, 2015|
Visual Computing Institute organizes this year's VMV & GCPR
The Visual Computing Institute organizes this year's VMV & GCPR conferences which will take place in parallel on October 07-09, 2015. For more information, please visit the official joint website.
|Oct. 7, 2015|
Prof. Dr. Leif Kobbelt has been appointed to Academia Europaea
Prof. Dr. Leif Kobbelt from the Visual Computing Institute at RWTH Aachen has been appointed to Academia Europaea. The Academia Europaea is one of the most prestigious European academies for scientists from all disciplines, who are leaders in their respective fields (top 1%). Objective of the Academia Europaea is to inform the public about current scientific topics and trends and to provide European research institutions and governments with independent advice on scientific issues.
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|Oct. 6, 2015|
We have a paper on Quantized Global Parametrization at SIGGRAPH Asia 2015.
|Oct. 3, 2015|
OPEN FACULTY POSITION ON VISUAL COMPUTING
Researchers with a substantial track record are invited to submit their application by May 31st 2015. More details can be found in the official announcement. If you have further questions, please contact Prof. Dr. Leif Kobbelt directly.
|May 31, 2015|