The Computer Graphics and Multimedia Systems Group is working on all aspects of image synthesis, including the generenation of 3D models of complex objects and scenes (Modeling), the creation of geometric representations from abstract data fields (Visualization), the simulation of visual natural phenomena and physically based illumination, and efficient algorithms for image generation (Rendering).
Computer Graphics Colloquium
|21.02.2014 - 14:15||
University of British Columbia
|Light-in-Flight Imaging: Concept and Applications of Transient Imaging using Photonic Mixer Devices|
|10.01.2014 - 14:15||
|Correction of Multipath-Effects in Time-of-Flight Range Data|
|13.12.2013 - 14:15||
Dr. Frank Hopfgartner
DAI-Labor, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
|Towards Smart Information Systems: Exploitation of Small and Big Data in the Public and Private Sector|
Research Training Group "Imaging New Modalities"
The focal idea of the Research Training Group 1564 "Imaging New Modalities" is to seize recent developments in imaging for different modalities in order to facilitate innovative approaches to the field of civil security applications. The doctoral candidates are working at the intersection of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science within in a well structured interdisciplinary training program. The working group "Computergraphics and Multimedia Systems" focuses on the researchfields of "multi-camera 2D/3D-technology", "biometrics by multispectral scattering models" and "visual analysis of multimodal sensor data".