2016: Computer Graphics and Visualization - prof.dr. Elmar Eisemann

Computer graphics is a research field with many applications in various domains; ranging from lighting simulations for architecture, over data visualization in geology and the medical field, to special effects in movies or games. One traditional challenge is the simulation of natural scenes, including complex geometric models and a realistic reproduc-tion of physical phenomena, requiring novel theoretical insights, ap-propriate algorithms, and well-designed data structures. In particular, there is a need for efficient image-synthesis solutions, which is fuelled by the development of modern display devices, which support 3D stereo, have high resolution and refresh rates, and deep color palettes.

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