The Institute of Computer Graphics and Knowledge Visualisation (CGV) was founded in 2005 as part of the faculty of Computer Science. Our research and teaching focuses on areas of geometry modeling and processing, digital libraries and research fields related to these, namely CAGD (Computer Aided Geometric Design), Virtual reality, and Cultural Heritage.
Our research facilities include an immersive projection environment referred to as DAVE, a multi touch interaction table, a handheld scanner, a 3D printer, and more.
Our research projects, many in cooperation with industry and international academic research groups, are funded by the European Union and Austrian funding agencies FWF and FFG. The Institute has a close cooperation with Fraunhofer Austria. Research results so far have been published in over 300 articles in international journals, such as CAGD and conferences, workshops and symposia, such as SIGGRAPH and Eurographics amongst others. More about the research areas here.
Opportunities - We are offering student jobs and thesis topics in numerous areas and often have open positions available. If you would like to visit the CGV some time to discuss a possible opportuinity, please feel free to get in touch with us.
3D Modelling and Processing: © S. Yoon, M. Scherer, T. Schreck, and A. Kuijper. Sketch-based 3D model retrieval using diffusion tensor fields of suggestive contours. In ACM Multimedia, pages 193-200. ACM, 2010. // © A. Andreadis, R. Gregor, I. Sipiran, P. Mavridis, G. Papaioannou, and T. Schreck. Fractured 3D object restoration and completion. ACM SIGGRAPH Posters, 2015. // © TU Graz / S. Havemann
Simulation and Analysis: © Riffnaller-Schiefer, Andreas; Augsdörfer, Ursula H.; Fellner, Dieter W. : Isogeometric Analysis for Modelling and Design. Eurographics 2015 Short Paper. // © TU Graz / Marcel Lancelle // © MRT Project, TU Braunschweig // © Andreas Halm
Visual Analytics and Digital Libraries: © T. Schreck, T. Tekusova, J. Kohlhammer, and D. Fellner. Trajectory-based visual analysis of large Financial time series data. ACM SIGKDD Explorations, Special Issue on Visual Analytics, 9:30-37, 2007. // M. Behrisch, J. Davey, S. Simon, T. Schreck, D. Keim, and J. Kohlhammer. // Visual comparison of orderings and rankings. In Proc. EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics, pages 7-11, 2013. // N. Silva, L. Shao, T. Schreck, E. Eggeling, and D. Fellner. Sense.me - open source framework for the exploration and visualization of eye tracking data. In Proc. IEEE Conference on Information Visualization.