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Courses 2022 Spring Semester


Human digitalization is required in many applications, such as AR/VR, robotics, games, and social networking. The course covers core techniques and fundamental tools necessary for perceiving and modeling humans. The main topics include human body modeling, human appearance and motion modeling, and human-​scene interaction capture and modeling.


In this doctoral seminar, current research at the Institute for Visual Computing will be presented and discussed. The goal is to learn about current research projects at our institute, to strengthen our expertise in the field, to provide a platform where research challenges caThis graduate seminar provides doctoral students in computer science a chance to read and discuss current research papers.

Courses 2021 Fall Semester


This seminar covers advanced topics in computer graphics, such as modeling, rendering, animation, real-time graphics, physical simulation, and computational photography. Each time the course is offered, a collection of research papers is selected and each student presents one paper to the class and leads a discussion about the paper and related topics.


The goal of this course is to provide students with a good understanding of computer vision and image analysis techniques. The main concepts and techniques will be studied in depth and practical algorithms and approaches will be discussed and explored through the exercises.


In this doctoral seminar, current research at the Institute for Visual Computing will be presented and discussed. The goal is to learn about current research projects at our institute, to strengthen our expertise in the field, to provide a platform where research challenges caThis graduate seminar provides doctoral students in computer science a chance to read and discuss current research papers.

Courses 2021 Spring Semester


Recent developments in neural network (aka “deep learning”) have drastically advanced the performance of machine perception systems in a variety of areas including drones, self-driving cars and intelligent UIs. This course is a deep dive into details of the deep learning algorithms and architectures for a variety of perceptual tasks.


In this doctoral seminar, current research at the Institute for Visual Computing will be presented and discussed. The goal is to learn about current research projects at our institute, to strengthen our expertise in the field, to provide a platform where research challenges caThis graduate seminar provides doctoral students in computer science a chance to read and discuss current research papers.

Courses 2020 Fall Semester


This seminar covers advanced topics in computer graphics, such as modeling, rendering, animation, real-time graphics, physical simulation, and computational photography. Each time the course is offered, a collection of research papers is selected and each student presents one paper to the class and leads a discussion about the paper and related topics.


The goal of this course is to provide students with a good understanding of computer vision and image analysis techniques. The main concepts and techniques will be studied in depth and practical algorithms and approaches will be discussed and explored through the exercises.


In this doctoral seminar, current research at the Institute for Visual Computing will be presented and discussed. The goal is to learn about current research projects at our institute, to strengthen our expertise in the field, to provide a platform where research challenges caThis graduate seminar provides doctoral students in computer science a chance to read and discuss current research papers.

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Supervisors: Francis Engelmann ()

 

 

Supervisors: Shengyu Huang (), Xuyang Bai (), Dr. Theodora Kontogianni (), Prof. Dr. Konrad Schindler ()