News & Announcements
Our work on variational quadratic shape functions for polygons/polyhedra has been accepted for SIGGRAPH. 🥂
🏆🏆 We received the teaching award Lehrer-Lämpel-Preis for the winter term 2020/2021 as well as for the summer term 2021. 🥂 Thanks to all students who participated in the evaluation!
Our Diamond Laplace for polygonal and polyhedral meshes has been accepted at the Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing (SGP).
Our paper on creating a layered anatomical model from human surface scans has been accepted in Frontiers in Virtual Reality.
🏆 Our paper on a compact patch-based representation for technical mesh models received the Best Paper Award at VMV 2020 🥂.
Prof. Botsch and his group have moved from Bielefeld University to TU Dortmund University.
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 🍾🥂. Thank you very much!
We released version 1.2.1 of PMP, our polygon mesh processing library: http://www.pmp-library.org
We now are trained fire fighters!
We attended a guided tour of the Mensa of Bielefeld University. Guten Appetit!
🏆 We received the new teaching award for continuously outstanding teaching quality. 🥂 Thanks a lot to all students who voted for us!
Felix successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations, Dr. Hülsmann! 👍🍾
Jascha defended his PhD and turned into DrAchenbach. 🐉Congratulations! 👍🍾
We released version 1.1 of PMP, our polygon mesh processing library: http://www.pmp-library.org
🏆Project ViTraS won the DIVR Best Impact Award: http://places-festival.de/divr-award/ ViTraS investigates VR therapy through stimulation of modulated body image. It is a large collaboration of JMU Würzburg (coordinator), Uni Bielefeld, HTW Berlin, FH Gera, TU Munich, TheCaptury & Brainboost.
🏆 Eduard received a Eurographics PhD Award at Eurographics 2019 in Genova. Congratulations!
We released the first official version of PMP, our simple, efficient and flexible library for polygon mesh processing: http://www.pmp-library.org