Graphics & Geometry Group

The Computer Graphics & Geometry Processing Group is part of the Chair of Computer Graphics at the Department of Computer Science at TU Dortmund University. The group has been established in 2020 and is headed by Prof. Dr. Mario Botsch.

In Computer Graphics, we are interested in real-time visualization of complex scenes and models, e.g., in the context of Virtual Reality. In Geometry Processing, we work on 3D-scanning, mesh optimization, shape deformation, and physics-based dynamic simulation. Please see our research pages and publication list for further details.

Students can find more information about our educational activities in the list of offered courses on the LS7 webpage and announcements of possible thesis topics.

Interactive Shape Deformation

News & Announcements

πŸ† Our paper on Realistic Virtual Humans from Smartphone Videos received the Best Paper Award at ACM VRST 2020 πŸ₯‚.

04 Nov 2020

πŸ† Our paper on a compact patch-based representation for technical mesh models received the Best Paper Award at VMV 2020 πŸ₯‚.

01 Oct 2020

Prof. Botsch and his group have moved from Bielefeld University to TU Dortmund University.

01 Sep 2020

We received our last teaching award in Bielefeld, with a record percentage of 96% of the students in our two courses voting to give us the award 🍾πŸ₯‚. Thank you very much!

30 Jul 2020

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