Seminar Computer Graphics and Geometry Processing

This seminar offers the possibility for students to get in touch with cutting-edge research topics in the area of computer graphics and geometry processing. Each participant in the seminar will prepare one topic and present it to the group. In addition to learning about the latest research results, other goals of the seminar include learning about literature research, independent review of scientific material, and presentation skills. For some topics there will be the opportunity to implement prototypes of the presented algorithms and include practical experience into the presentation.

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Code 31544
Type Seminar
Site Bern
Track(s) T3 – Visual Computing
Semester A2023


Learning Outcomes

Upon successful participation, a student will develop or improve the following skills:

  • Performing literature research
  • Understanding (and sometimes implementing) advanced computer graphics or geometry processing algorithms
  • Analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of competing approaches
  • Presentation skills
  • Critical thinking and scientific discussions
Lecturer(s) David Bommes
Language english
Course Page

The course page in ILIAS can be found at

Schedules and Rooms

Period Weekly
Schedule Thursday, 14:15 - 16:00
Location UniBE, Engehalde E8
Room 107


Evaluation type continuous evaluation

Additional information


First Lecture
The first lecture will take place on Thursday, 21.09.2023 at 14:15 in UniBE, Engehalde E8, room 107.