Visual Computing


The visual computing group is active in teaching and research at the intersection of the disciplines of computer graphics (synthesis of images of virtual objects) and computer vision (understanding images/measurements of real-world phenomena). Our main research expertise is in geometric pattern recognition. The group offers various lectures, seminars, lab courses, and thesis projects in this area as well as in the broader area of visual computing and basic computer science.

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People:: Who's who? - get to know the people.
Research: A short overview of our research topics and activities.
Teaching: Lectures, seminars, and lab courses, etc...
Publications: Summary of recent publications by members of the group.
Contact: Contact information - how to reach us.