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GCD-Seminar

Talk by Peter Dorninger “High-Resolution 3D-Surveying from UAVs” Time: Wednesday 18 March, 12:15 Place: Dissertantenzimmer, Freihaus (green area), 8th floor Abstract: The talk will present the benefits of state-of-the-art, high-resolution camera and Lidar-sensors for surveying applications. Small and light-weight sensors

Open positions (SFB)

TU Wien is looking for exceptionally talented and highly motivated candidates for its SFB Advanced Computational Design. Please see the call for more details!  

GCD-Seminar

Talk by Norbert Pfeifer “Reconstruction of artificial and natural objects from terrestrial Lidar point clouds” Time : Wednesday 15 January, 12:00 – 13:00 Place: Dissertantenzimmer, Freihaus, 8th floor Abstract: The talk will present the Lidar principles for measuring point clouds

This was the GCD Symposium 6

We are pleased to announce our next annual Symposium on Geometry and Computational Design which will take place on Nov 29, 2019 at TU Wien, Kuppelsaal. We will have a series of lectures by leading researchers presenting recent developments in

GCD-Seminar

Talk by Robert Vierlinger (Bollinger + Grohmann Ingenieure) “Parametric Engineering” Time : Wednesday 11 December, 11:00 – 12:00 Place: Dissertantenzimmer, Freihaus, 8th floor

Variational Path Optimization of Linear Pentapods

ARVIN RASOULZADEH, TU Wien, Austria Variational Path Optimization of Linear Pentapods A “linear pentapod” is a five degree-of-freedom parallel robot with a linear motion platform. From an applied point of view, these mechanisms can be of great importance as they

Jonas Tervooren

Research Group: Applied Geometry member Geometric Modeling and Industrial Geometry Wiedner Hauptst. 8 1040 Wien E-Mail: jonas.tervooren(at)tuwien.ac.at

Ulrike Grill

Research Group: Applied Geometry member Geometric Modeling and Industrial Geometry Wiedner Hauptst. 8 1040 Wien

Felix Dellinger

Research Group: Applied Geometry member Geometric Modeling and Industrial Geometry Wiedner Hauptst. 8 1040 Wien E-Mail: felix.dellinger(at)tuwien.ac.at

Strategies for Robotic On-site Construction

KATHRIN DÖRFLER, Technical Univeristy of Munich, Germany Strategies for Robotic On-site Construction The ability to fabricate digitally planned building components with robots not only extends the spectrum of construction possibilites, but it also allows for the direct implementation of material

Shape from Metric

PETER SCHRÖDER, California Institute of Technology, USA Shape from Metric Given an abstract surface and its metric what is its shape? This question does not have a unique (or even necessarily any) answer when studied in mathematics. Yet for triangle