The Visual Computing Institute is a research institute within the Computer Science Department at RWTH Aachen University. It brings together all research groups that are addressing the diverse scientific aspects of the generation, processing, analysis, and display of visual data. As such, the VCI covers a very broad spectrum of research competences ranging from geometry processing and computer graphics to computer vision, immersive visualization and simulation. Our mission is to develop innovative methods and algorithms in this area and to create impact in fundamental research as well as in industrial applications. Further information about projects, research, and teaching activities can be found on the individual group websites:
Best Paper Award
Our paper "A Micropolar Material Model for Turbulent SPH Fluids" got the best paper award at the ACM SIGGRAPH / EUROGRAPHICS Symposium on Computer Animation.
|Aug. 15, 2017|
Successful Event „VR in Industry“
Due to the current hype of the discipline of Virtual Reality (VR) evoked by top-quality and affordable VR devices on the markets, some issues arise in Industry: How can VR be optimally integrated into the existing processes? Which hardware and software are required? Which costs are incurred for a company?
To answer these questions we teamed up with the TEMA Technologie Marketing AG, and organized as well as partially hosted "The VR in Industry Days in Aachen" on July, 4th to 5th.
|July 14, 2017|
Successful Presentations at ISC'17
At this year's International Supercomputing Conference from June 18 - 22, 2017 in Frankfurt scientists of the JARA-HPC presented latest research results at the exhibition and organized a workshop on In Situ Visualization.
|June 29, 2017|
We will be hosting the International Conference on Geometric Modeling and Processing (GMP) in April 2018.
|June 19, 2017|
The Honorable Mention for the best Short Paper of the 19th EG/VGTC Conference on Visualization (EuroVis 2017) was given to Claudia Hänel and Ali Can Demiralp for their paper entitled "Interactive Level-of-Detail Visualization of 3D Polarized Light Imaging Data Using Spherical Harmonics".
|June 16, 2017|
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