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
|Instructor||Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier, Thomas Gust|
|Number of Places||10|
|Room||Arnimallee 6 SR 108/109|
|Start||Apr 20, 2016 | 10:00 AM|
|end||Jul 16, 2014 | 12:00 PM|
First meeting: Wednesday, 20.04., 10am in seminar room 108/109 (Arnimallee 6)
Studenten im Bachelorstudiengang Studenten im Masterstudiengang können dieses Seminar im Rahmen des Moduls "Differentialgeometrie III" oder "Visualisierung" wählen.
Vorlesung in Scientific Visualization, Algorithmischer Geometrie oder Differentialgeometrie.