By: Balakrishnan Chandrasekaran

Questioning the Status Quo in Video Streaming

Not all bytes of a video stream require reliable data transfer — We show how to optimize video streaming using a partially reliable transport.

By: Rhaleb Zayer

Linear Algebra Primitives for Geometry Processing: Really Affordable High Performance

How to streamline geometry processing operations from the ground up in an intuitive and platform-independent manner.

By: Andreas Karrenbauer

AZERTY amélioré – French keyboard layout optimized

Optimized layout: The new french standard keyboard.

By: Christoph Lenzen

How to Keep Your Neighbors Close – in Time

Robust gradient clock synchronization between direct communicating computers in networks.

By: Christoph Lenzen

Distributed Algorithms for Fault-tolerant Hardware

Using distributed algorithms, one can reliably generate and distribute a clock signal in very large systems, enabling unfailing synchronization.

By: Andreas Karrenbauer

Improving Flat Panel Displays by Discrete Optimization

To reduce the energy consumption of flat panel displays one needs hardware-implementable algorithms that manage the pixel control. A patented solution is able to give results very close to the optimum.

By: Jürgen Steimle

Digital Fabrication of Flexible Displays and Touch Sensors

The technique PrintScreen enables Jürgen Steimle to print touch-displays. The follow-up PrintSense captures also deformation of the sensor and hovering.

By: Johannes Hoffart & Dragan Milchevski & Gerhard Weikum

STICS – Search and Analysis with Strings, Things, and Cats

Understanding the meaning of a word in its current context is one of the big challenges when searching for information. STICS is a new kind of semantic search engine that not only searches for words, but for meaning: it understands concepts and categories.

By: Piotr Didyk

Computational Fabrication

3D printing gives new opportunities in object replication. We built a computational model with which we will compare perceived properties of different materials and choose the one best suited for printing the desired object.

By: Parinya Chalermsook and Kurt Mehlhorn

From Routing to Pricing and Learning: Why Are They Hard to Compute?

Computational aspects of routing and pricing problems share more similarities than one would imagine. Theoreticians as well as practitioners can benefit from our transfer of routing problem knowledge to pricing problems.