Seminar on Visualization

The students work on a topic chosen from a selection of relevant research literature in the field of visualization and computer graphics. Typically this includes individual reading and understanding of a research paper which is then presented in a 90 minutes talk on the topic, including discussion. Students may make use of their own examples and implementations of important algorithms.  A successful participation concludes with a written report to be submitted after the presentation. The topics come from the following research areas:

 - General visualization techniques
 - Vector field visualization
 - Rendering techniques
 - Image processing
 - Geometry smoothing
 - Discrete methods on 3d meshes
 - Animation techniques

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Type

Seminar

Instructor

Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier, Thomas Gust

Language

English

Number of Places

10

Room

Arnimallee 6

SR 108/109

Start

Apr 20, 2016 | 10:00 AM — Jul 16, 2014 | 12:00 PM

Note

First meeting: Wednesday, 20.04., 10am in seminar room 108/109 (Arnimallee 6)

Student Profile

Studenten im Bachelorstudiengang Studenten im Masterstudiengang können dieses Seminar im Rahmen des Moduls "Differentialgeometrie III" oder "Visualisierung" wählen.

Requirements

Vorlesung in Scientific Visualization, Algorithmischer Geometrie oder Differentialgeometrie.