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GCD-Seminar

Talk by Defne Sunguroglu Hensel and Ingrid Erb Gavrilovici Time: Wednesday 17 June, 11:00 am Place: Online via meeting tool The talk will take place online! For a meeting link, please write an Email to the address given in Contact!

GCD-Seminar

Talk by Iva Kovacic (Introduction), Ildar Gilmutdinov, Peter Kán There will be two talks both originating from the project SCI_BIM – Scanning and data capturing for Integrated Resources and Energy Assessment using Building Information Modelling:   Ildar Gilmutdinov , “Semi-Automatic

GCD-Seminar

Talk by Davide Pellis ‘Quad Meshes as Optimized Freeform Structures’ The talk will take place online! For a meeting link, please write an Email to the address given in Contact! New Time: Wednesday  13 May, 11:00 Place: Online via meeting

GCD-Seminar

Talk by Peter Dorninger “High-Resolution 3D-Surveying from UAVs” UPDATE: the talk has been rescheduled and will take place online! For a meeting link, please write an Email to the address given in Contact! New Time: Wednesday  22 April, 11:00 Place:

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