Fakultät Informatik

Available Topics

The following is just a small excerpt from a variety of topics related to realtime rendering, scientific visualization, visual effects, visual computing, and 3D printing. Please come and talk to us about your interests and how we can come together.  You can bring your own ideas or we will find a suitable topic for you. Please also check the postings in the showcase outside the chairs aisle.  

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SEP/Bachelor thesis

Capturing Real Fluid Phenomena

 marie-lena.eckert(at)tum.de

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Fascinating research topics in visual computing, including DeepLearning, 3D Scene Reconstruction, Numerical Optimization, Face/Body Tracking (see below).

 niessner(at)tum.de

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Several topics (covering a range of computer graphics and visualization issues from 3D rendering to uncertainty visualization) are available in the field of  visualizing meteorological data in the context of the DFG collaborative research centre " Waves to Weather"

 marc.rautenhaus(at)tum.de

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Master thesis

Capturing Real Fluid Phenomena

 marie-lena.eckert(at)tum.de

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Column-Action Methods in Image Reconstruction

 marie-lena.eckert(at)tum.de

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Semantic Understanding of 3D Scenes with Deep Learning

 niessner(at)tum.de

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Robust 3D Reconstructions with Commodity RGB-D Sensors

 niessner(at)tum.de

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Face Tracking and Facial Reenactment

 niessner(at)tum.de

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A Language for Non-Linear Least Squares Optimization in Graphics and Vision

 niessner(at)tum.de

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Crowd Sourcing Large-scale 3D Dataset Annotations for Deep Learning

 niessner(at)tum.de

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Interactive 3D Visualization of High-Resolution Numerical Weather Forecasts

 marc.rautenhaus(at)tum.de

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Several topics (covering a range of computer graphics and visualization issues from 3D rendering to uncertainty visualization) are available in the field of  visualizing meteorological data in the context of the DFG collaborative research centre " Waves to Weather"

 marc.rautenhaus(at)tum.de

 more info

 

News

Matthias Niessner, our new Professor from Stanford University, offers a number of interesting topics for  master theses.

 

PhD positions on   Computational Fabrication and 3D Printing and  Photorealistic Rendering for Deep Learning and Online Reconstruction are available at the Computer Graphics & Visualization group.