Computer Graphics
TU Braunschweig

News Archive


02.08.2021

Our edited IEEE CGAA special issue on Real VR has been published

11.06.2021

Our ICG Dome makes a prominent appearance in this year's TU Nights - Lost Places (website)

26.04.2021

Our ICG report 2018-2020 is hot off the press.

03.03.2021

Our work on High-Fidelity Neural Human Motion Transfer from Monocular Video has been accepted to CVPR 2021. Congratulations Moritz!

22.01.2021

Our ICG Dome is featured as picture of the month in our university's Research Magazine

16.12.2020

Our work on investigating the perceptual differences between genuine and faced-swapped video portraits has been accepted to CHI 2021. Congratulations Leslie & Susana!

24.11.2020

11.11.2020

For his master's thesis on "automatic face re-enactment in real-world portrait videos to manipulate emotional expression", our researcher Colin Groth has been awarded the "KI Talente" prize of the Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wirtschaft. Congratulations Colin!

01.10.2020

Martin Eisemann has joined our lab as newly appointed professor for Computer Vision. Welcome Martin!

17.07.2020

Our senior researcher Susana Castillo has been elected member of the Junge BWG. Congratulations Susana!

23.06.2020

We are very excited that Prof. Martin Eisemann will join our lab in October to establish a new research group on computer vision!

18.05.2020

Our alumnus and former researcher Benjamin Meyer is newly appointed professor at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. Congratulations Benjamin!

20.03.2020

CG&A special issue on Real VR in May 2021: Call for Papers 

28.02.2020

Our edited book on Real VR has been published!

16.09.2019

Tobias Bertel from Christian Richardt's group at the University of Bath, UK, is visiting us for 2 weeks to work with us on Immersive Digital Reality

08.07.2019

Our visiting guest researcher Preeti Gopal from IIT Bombay arrived. For 3 months Preeti will be working with us on advanced CT algorithms.

30.06.2019

Our Dagstuhl Seminar on Real VR takes place in, well, Dagstuhl

27.09.2018

The Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD: Photonics, Optics, and Engineering Innovation - Across Disciplines in which we are among the PIs has been accepted

01.09.2018

Our alumna and former senior researcher Anita Sellent is newly appointed professor for computer vision at Mainz University of Applied Sciences. Congratulations Anita!

13.06.2018

Source code and the dataset of our CVPR paper Video Based Reconstruction of 3D People Models are now available for research purposes.

01.05.2018

Prof. em. Wolfgang Boehm, pioneer of Computer-aided Geometric Design (CAGD) and founder of computer graphics research at TU Braunschweig, has passed away.  We will always remember him as a great scientist, caring mentor, and amiable colleague.

18.04.2018

Article about our CVPR'18 paper Video Based Reconstruction of 3D People Models on golem.de (in German)

16.04.2018

24.03.2018

Interview on Virtual Reality in the local newspaper Braunschweiger Zeitung (in German)

06.03.2018

Our work on Video Based Reconstruction of 3D People Models has been accepted as a regular paper and spotlight presentation to CVPR 2018

19.01.2018

Our work on the Uncanny Valley effect has been featured in the regional radio show NDR Info Logo (mp3, in German, start at minute 48)

22.11.2017

The new Associate (W2) Professorship in Computer Vision at our institute has been officially announced

10.11.2017

Our work on surveying the Uncanny Valley has been featured in the local newspaper Braunschweiger Zeitung and the regional magazine Standort 38

21.09.2017

The German television station MDR has featured our research on the Uncanny Valley effect  (video clip)

02.07.2017

Our work on understanding the Uncanny Valley effect has been featured in the nationwide newspaper Welt am Sonntag (full article)

07.06.2017

Our work on surveying the Uncanny Valley effect has been featured in our university's TU Research Magazine as well as on regionbraunschweig.de, mynewsdesk.com, and the IHK Braunschweig.

02.06.2017

Only 5 days left until the Symposium on Visual Computing and Perception. Find the official press release here. We'll see you in Braunschweig!

24.05.2017

Prof. em. Böhm, the founder of computer graphics at TU Braunschweig and pioneer of computer-aided geometric design, has been awarded the international Bézier-Award 2017

04.04.2017

Our alumnus Thomas Neumann has been nominated for the GI Dissertation Award 2016

13.03.2017

Registration to our Symposium on Visual Computing and Perception is now open

02.09.2016

Our former postdoctoral colleague Anna Hilsmann has been awarded the ARD/ZDF Förderpreis 2016.

10.06.2016

Our article on Gaze-contingent Computational Displays has been accepted to IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

19.05.2016

Our work on Adaptive Image-Space Sampling has been accepted to EGSR.

04.05.2016

News article on our Immersive Digital Reality project in the local Braunschweiger Zeitung and our university's TU Research Magazine as well as on news38.de

04.04.2016

The German Science Foundation DFG has granted us a Reinhart Koselleck Project to fund our research towards Immersive Digital Reality.

17.03.2016

Our postdoctoral researcher Maryam Mustafa has been nominated for the GI Dissertationspreis 2015 for her dissertation on ElectroEncephaloGraphics.

15.01.2016

A few days before the deadline, we have already made it onto the Siggraph 2016 website banner! (photo taken at Siggraph 2015, on the left: Michael Stengel, Steve Grogorick, Felix Klose, Lorenz Rogge, Martin Eisemann)

27.11.2015

Our senior researcher Maryam Mustafa received the ckc Dissertationspreis 2015 for her PhD work.

12.11.2015

28.05.2015

Our application to the German Science Foundation DFG for a Large Equipment grant has been approved. Over the next months we will build a gaze-tracking video projection dome.

11.05.2015

10.05.2015

Our postdoc Stephan Wenger has been nominated for the GI Dissertationspreis 2014 for his dissertation.

07.05.2015

Our edited book Digital Representations of the Real World is now on the market.

20.04.2015

Our ACM TOG article Garment Replacement in Monocular Video Sequences will be presented at Siggraph 2015.

01.03.2015

Our former Akademischer Rat Martin Eisemann is newly appointed Associate Professor for Computer Science at Cologne University of Applied Sciences. Congratulations Martin !

18.07.2014

Michael Stengel will participate in this year's Science Slam "Die Digitale Gesellschaft"

31.05.2014

news article Die Welt mit neuen Augen sehen in the Braunschweiger Zeitung

25.04.2014

Public lecture - Astronomie-Verein Pegasus Wolfenbüttel "Nebel in 3D - die Gestalt astronomischer Nebel entschlüsseln"

30.01.2014

We have joined the L3S Research Center as an affiliated group.

12.12.2013

13.11.2013

20.10.2013

Dagstuhl Seminar on Real-World Visual Computing

28.08.2013

We present our Virtual Video Camera technology for three days at the IdeenExpo 2013

22.07.2013

30.06.2013

Our team "Procrastinators - Leaders of Tomorrow" won the first prize at durchgedreht24 short film festival for the movie "This is BS".

22.06.2013

At TU Night 2013, we showcase two of our projects to the general public.

05.06.2013

Visit by Adrian Hilton from the University of Surrey's Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing

04.03.2013

17.10.2012

Our "Who Cares" stereoscopic music video won the SAE alumni award for 3DFX animation. The Award Ceremony will be on 18th October 2012.

10.10.2012

Prof. Marcus Magnor has been awarded the "Wissenschaftspreis Niedersachsen 2012"

20.07.2012

Our work on 3D modeling of planetary nebulae was covered in pro-physik.de of the German Physical Society DPG

30.06.2012

Live open air concert of our band Left Blank for Review featuring TU Night as opening act

29.05.2012

23.04.2012

09.03.2012

Our research project Who Cares has been featured on fxguidetv

21.02.2012

Astrophysicist Nico Koning from the University of Calgary is visiting us for 2 weeks

20.02.2012

Our music video co-production "Who Cares" featuring Virtual Video Camera Technology has been accepted at FMX 2012

10.12.2011

21.09.2011

Premiere of the music video "Who cares", part of our work on the Virtual Video Camera, at 5 pm, Universum Filmtheater