Fakultät Informatik

Seminar - Recent Highlights in Graphics, Special Effects, and Visualization

 Prof. Dr. Thuerey,  Prof. Dr. Westermann

Seminar - Recent Highlights in Graphics, Special Effects, and Visualization

Time, Place

Tue., 10:45 - 12:00,  02.13.010




Computer Graphics or Game Physics or Visualization, Proseminar



In this course, students will autonomously investigate recent research from the SIGGRAPH and IEEE VIS conference - the most renowned journals and conferences in the computer graphics and scientific visualization areas. Independent investigation for further reading, as well as a critical analysis and evaluation of the topic are required. Finally, the attendants have to present their results in a talk which should last 40-45 minutes. Talks will be given in English. Supplementary, a short written workout (approximately 4-6 pages) should be prepared.

Preliminary Schedule

  • Apr. 12: Manuel Dahnert, Animating Human Dressing
  • Apr. 19: Changhee Han, Cluster Analysis of Vortical Flow in Simulations of Cerebral Aneurysm Hemodynamics (CANCELLED)
  • Apr. 26: Oskar Carlbaum, Foldabilizing Furniture (CANCELLED)
  • May 03: Vadym Strelchenko, Occlusion-free Blood Flow Animation with Wall Thickness Visualization (CANCELLED)
  • May 10: No talk, Studentische Vollversammlung
  • May 17: No talk, Pfingstferien
  • May 24: Felix Bogischef, Reducing Snapshots to Points: A Visual Analytics Approach to Dynamic Network Exploration
  • May 31: Thorsten Fuchs, Multi-scale Modeling and Rendering of Granular Materials (CANCELLED)
  • Jun. 07: Philipp Kaiser, Streamline Variability Plots for Characterizing the Uncertainty in Vector Field Ensembles
  • Jun. 14: Jean Vieira Filho, Power Particles: An Incompressible Fluid Solver Based on Power Diagrams
  • Jun. 21: Verena Dogeanu, Accurate Interactive Visualization of Large Deformations and Variability in Biomedical Image Ensembles
  • Jun. 28: Ryny Khy, Decomposing Time-lapse Paintings into Layers (CANCELLED)
  • Jul. 05: Lorenzo La Spina, Shading-based Refinement on Volumetric Signed Distance Functions
  • Jul. 12: Markus Siglreithmaier, A Machine Learning Approach for Filtering Monte Carlo Noise

Access to Material

Conference papers:  http://kesen.realtimerendering.com/

TUM has licensed many journals and other electronic publications. To get access to these resources, visit  https://eaccess.ub.tum.de.



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