The Computer Graphics Seminar is a bi-weekly seminar for the computer graphics group.
Invited speakers will talk about their on-going or published research in a rather flexible format allowing for feedback and discussion.
The seminars take place every-other Thursday (starting April 18th, 2019) from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
There will be lunch after the talk.
Organizers: Vahid Babaei and Gurprit Singh
|16.05.2019||Jonas Martinez (Inria)||Generalized Voronoi diagrams for Mechanical Metamaterial Design|
|27.06.2019||Julian Panetta (EPFL)||X-Shells: A New Class of Deployable Beam Structure|
|04.07.2019||Qi Sun (Adobe)||Human Learning: Understanding and Computing the Eyes and Brain in VR|
|12.09.2019||Christoph Peters (KIT)|
|26.09.2019||Maks Ovsjanikov (LIX Paris)|
CGLunch is a weekly seminar where we discuss ongoing or upcoming work - in general half-baked ideas. The purpose of the meeting is to foster the flow of ideas, stimulate collaboration within the group, and for the presenter to get qualified feed-back during early stages of a project. Preliminary results are very welcome but CGLunch is the wrong forum for presentations on submitted papers or practice talks.
As the name suggests we will provide some food (in order to save your precious time).
Everybody in the graphics group gives a CGLunch talk and you are responsible to fill your assigned slot. If you for whatever reason know that you will not be able to present at the assigned date contact Renjie Chen.
Your presentation should not exceed 15 minutes plus additional Q&A. Please send title and abstract of your talk one day in advance.
Here are some guidelines you should follow when you are preparing a CG Lunch talk:
- Your talk should discuss ongoing or upcoming work.
- Your talk should end with a list of open questions, which you want to discuss with the group.
- CGLunch is the wrong forum for presentations on submitted papers or practice talks.
- If you are new to the group, it is a good idea, if you present former work in order to introduce it to the group. However, you should at least have one slide that explains your planed projects.
- Give a short presentation of max. 15 minutes. If you have more than 10-15 slides your presentation is too long!
- Many people within the group work on different projects and there are always people who are new to the group. Therefore, it is extremely important that you prepare the talk on a level that everybody can follow. In the first part of your talk you should explain your idea/project on a level, which can be understood by people with little computer graphics background.
- If you think a formula is necessary, please plan extra time to explain it in detail.
11:15 Two talks (11:30) If there is only one talk 12:00 Food and Discussion
|28.02.19||Siggraph Submission Show|
|07.03.19||Dushyant Mehta||Ikhsanul Habibie|
|11.04.19||Mohamed Elgharib||GROUP PHOTO TAKING|
|25.04.19||no talks||Easter break|
|02.05.19||Vladislav Golyanik||Edgar Tretschk|
|09.05.19||Franziska Müller||Abhimitra Meka|
|23.05.19||Poster show||(Scientific Review)|
|13.06.19||Mojtaba Bemana||Marc Habermann|
|18.07.19||Hyeonseung Yu||Jiayi Wang|
|25.07.19||Zaw Lin||Gurprit Singh|
|26.09.||Mallikarjun + Mohamed|
|10.10.||Gereon + Björn|
|24.10.||Ixi + Jozef|
|07.11.||Dushyant + Kripa|
|21.11.||Vladislav + Gurprit|
|05.12.||Rhaleb + Weipeng|
|December||xmas, NY break||xmas, NY break|
|January||Siggraph break||Siggraph break|
|06.02.||Siggraph Sub Show||Siggraph Sub Show|
|05.03.||Franzi + Jiayi|