Hot Topics in Computer Graphics

During the last decades, computer graphics has become a widespread and sophisticated branch of computer science due to constant and high-quality research. In this seminar we will discuss up-to-date and seminal works which advance the state-of-the-art of the field of computer graphics. The topics are selected to be of scientific importance and at the same time to be comprehensible and understandable with basic knowledge of computer science and computer graphics.

Prior registration is required:
Please send an email with your name, course of studies (Studiengang), and registration ID (Matrikelnummer) to thomas@isg.cs.ovgu.de. We will contact you via email, to confirm your registration. Please choose monday OR tuesday course!

Topics will be assigned at the first meetings, which take place on
8th of October – monday course
9th of October – tuesday course.

Lecturer:
Prof. Holger Theisel, Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Wilde
Dates:
Monday, 11:00 - 13:00, G29-K058
Tuesday, 13:00 - 15:00, G29-E037
Classification:
Proseminar, 2SWS, ECTS-Credits: 3

WPF CV;B 3-4
WPF IngIF;B 3-4
WPF IF;B 3-4
WPF WIF;B 3-4
Requirements:
Basic knowledge in computer science, computer graphics, linear algebra and numerics.
Certificate/Schein:
Compulsory attendance, active collaboration and an oral topic presentation (20 minutes) (3CP)

Send your (temporary) slides 8 days before your presentation as pdf via email to thomas@isg.cs.ovgu.de
Additional Information:
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Course Schedule – Monday

Date Speaker Topic
08.10. Distribution of Topics
15.10. Preparation Time
22.10. Preparation Time
29.10.
05.11. Jule 11 – The UnMousePad – An Interpolating Multi-Touch Force-Sensing Input Pad
Nicola 17 – Color Harmonization
12.11. Tobias E. 08 – Direct Visibility of Point Sets
Ferdinand 05 – Diffusion Curves: A Vector Representation for Smooth-Shaded Images
19.11. Niklas 03 – Surface Simplification Using Quadric Error Metrics
Tobias S. 15 – Seam Carving for Content-Aware Image Resizing
26.11. Florian M. 06 – Upright Orientation of Man-Made Objects
Lara 01 – Teddy: A Sketching Interface for 3D Freeform Design
03.12. Oktay 13 – Dual Photography
Florian K. 07 – Fluorescent Immersion Range Scanning
10.12. Kurt 12 – Depixeling Pixel Art
17.12.
24.12. Christmas Break
31.12. Christmas Break
07.01.
14.01.
21.01.

Open Topics – Monday Course

Id Paper Title
02 Vector Field Based Shape Deformations
04 Photo Tourism: Exploring Photo Collections in 3D
09 Goal-based Caustics
10 A Morphable Model For The Synthesis of 3D Faces
14 Make It Stand: Balancing Shapes for 3D Fabrication
16 Smooth and efficient zooming and panning
18 Global Illumination using Photon Maps
19 Skippy: Single View 3D Curve Interactive Modeling
20 Image Quilting for Texture Synthesis and Transfer

Course Schedule – Tuesday

Date Speaker Topic
09.10. Distribution of Topics
16.10. Preparation Time
23.10. Preparation Time
30.10.
06.11. Pavo 14 – Make It Stand: Balancing Shapes for 3D Fabrication
13.11. Sebastian 12 – Depixeling Pixel Art
Christian 20 – Image Quilting for Texture Synthesis and Transfer
20.11. Steven 17 – Color Harmonization
27.11. Martin 08 – Direct Visibility of Point Sets
Jonas 19 – Skippy: Single View 3D Curve Interactive Modeling
04.12. Nils 01 – Teddy: A Sketching Interface for 3D Freeform Design
Carolin 13 – Dual Photography
11.12. Yana 10 – A Morphable Model For The Synthesis of 3D Faces
Ilja 05 – Diffusion Curves: A Vector Representation for Smooth-Shaded Images
18.12.
25.12. Christmas Break
01.01. Christmas Break
08.01.
15.01.
22.01.

Open Topics – Tuesday Course

Id Paper Title
02 Vector Field Based Shape Deformations
03 Surface Simplification Using Quadric Error Metrics
04 Photo Tourism: Exploring Photo Collections in 3D
06 Upright Orientation of Man-Made Objects
07 Fluorescent Immersion Range Scanning
09 Goal-based Caustics
11 The UnMousePad – An Interpolating Multi-Touch Force-Sensing Input Pad
15 Seam Carving for Content-Aware Image Resizing
16 Smooth and efficient zooming and panning
18 Global Illumination using Photon Maps
Recent news:
14.11.2018

Research Seminar Announcement

In the course of the Visual Computing research seminar Dr. Rhaleb Zayer from MPI Informatik Saarbrücken will give a talk with a subsequent discussion about the topic The frugal beauty of natural tessellations in the language of linear algebra.

We would like to invite everyone interested to join us. The research seminar will take place on Friday 23.11.2018, 13:15 in G29-R335.

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