VISION, MODELING, AND VISUALIZATION (VMV 2007)
November 7 - 9, 2007 in Saarbrücken, Germany




Conference Schedule

Time Wednesday
November 7th
Thursday
November 8th
Friday
November 9th
08:30

08:50
Registration Registration Registration
08:50

09:00
Opening
09:00

10:00
Invited Speaker Invited Speaker Invited Speaker
Thomas Vetter
Morphable Models for Faces, Skulls and Cars
Michael Goesele
Images, Images, Billions of Images ...
Ramesh Raskar
Less is More: Coded Computational Photography
10:00

10:30
Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
10:30

12:10
Visualization 2D/3D Image Processing Medical Visualization
Surface Glyphs for Visualizing Multimodal Volume Data Filtered Blending: A new, minimal Reconstruction Filter for Ghosting-Free Projective Texturing with Multiple Images A Method to Detect and Mark False Branches of a Vessel Graph
Illustrative Rendering of Seismic Data Freehand HDR photography with motion compensation Internal Labels as Shape Cues for Medical Illustration
Visualizing large-scale IP traffic flows Sketch Based Image Deformation Interactive Model-based Image Registration
Image-Space GPU Metaballs for Time-Dependent Particle Data Sets Non-iterative Camera Calibration Procedure Using A Virtual Camera Nonlinear Diffusion vs. Wavelet Based Noise Reduction in CT Using Correlation Analysis
12:10

13:30
Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break
13:30

15:10
GPU Mesh Processing Learning And Recognition
Sequential Data Compression of Very Large Data in Volume Rendering Accurate Computation of Geodesic Distance Fields for Polygonal Curves on Triangle Meshes Estimating Natural Activity by Fitting 3D Models via Learned Objective Functions
GPU Rendering of Secondary Effects Distance Calculation between a Point and a Subdivision Surface Qualitative Portrait Classification
Frame-to-frame coherent GPU ray-casting for time-varying volume data Partial Differential Equations on Very Large Implicit Surfaces Exemplar based Parametric Hidden Markov Models for Recognition and Synthesis of Movements
Using Quadtrees for Energy Minimization Via Graph Cuts ACUT: Out-Of-Core Delaunay Triangulation of Large Terrain Data Sets  
15:10

15:20
Coffee Break Coffee Break Closing Remarks
15:20

15:40
Coffee Break
15:40

18:00
3D Acquisition and Processing Special Session
Improving the Data Quality of PMD-based 3D Cameras Gigapixel-Displays, a Challenge or Visualization?
A Direct Numerical Approach to Perspective Shape-from-Shading
An iterative framework for registration with reconstruction
3D Reconstruction of Reflection Nebulae from a Single Image
Starting from 18:00
Welcome Reception
at Max-Planck-Institut Informatik
Starting from 19:30
Conference Dinner
at Casino Restaurant am Staden

Download the VMV 2007 tentative schedule as PDF.

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Invited Speakers

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List of Accepted Papers

(papers are listed in alphabetic order)

No. Name Institute
01 3D Reconstruction of Reflection Nebulae from a Single Image
Lars Hoffman TU Braunschweig
Hendrik Lensch MPI Informatik
Andrei Lintu MPI Informatik
Marcus Magnor TU Braunschweig
Hans-Peter Seidel MPI Informatik
02 A Direct Numerical Approach to Perspective Shape-from-Shading
Michael Breuss Saarland University
Oliver Vogel Saarland University
Joachim Weickert Saarland University
03 A Method to Detect and Mark False Branches of a Vessel Graph
Bart Barenbrug Philips Research
Robert-Paul J. Berretty Philips Research
Jan Bruijns Philips Research
Frans J. Peters Philips Research
04 Accurate Computation of Geodesic Distance Fields for Polygonal Curves on Triangle Meshes
David Bommes RWTH Aachen
Leif Kobbelt RWTH Aachen
05 ACUT: Out-Of-Core Delaunay Triangulation of Large Terrain Data Sets
Josef Kohout University of West Bohemia
Ivana Kolingerová University of West Bohemia
06 An iterative framework for registration with reconstruction
Thomas Lewiner PUC-Rio
Adelailson Peixoto UFAL
Luiz Velho IMPA
Thales Vieira PUC-Rio / IMPA / UFAL
07 Distance Calculation between a Point and a Subdivision Surface
Dieter W. Fellner IGD, TU Darmstadt
Christoph Fuenfzig Arizona State University
Ulrich Krispel Graz University of Technology
Volker Settgast Graz University of Technology
Torsten Ullrich Graz University of Technology
08 Estimating Natural Activity by Fitting 3D Models via Learned Objective Functions
Christoph Mayer Technische Universität München
Bernd Radig Technische Universität München
Freek Stulp Universität Bremen
Matthias Wimmer Waseda University
09 Exemplar based Parametric Hidden Markov Models for Recognition and Synthesis of Movements
Daniel Grest Aalborg University Copenhagen
Dennis Herzog Aalborg University Copenhagen
Volker Krüger Aalborg University Copenhagen
10 Filtered Blending: A new, minimal Reconstruction Filter for Ghosting-Free Projective Texturing with Multiple Images
Martin Eisemann TU Braunschweig
Marcus Magnor TU Braunschweig
11 Frame-to-frame coherent GPU ray-casting for time-varying volume data
Sergi Grau Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Dani Tost Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
12 Freehand HDR photography with motion compensation
Michael Guthe Universität Marburg
Nicolas Menzel Universität Marburg
13 GPU Rendering of Secondary Effects
Kai Bürger TUM Technische Universität München
Stefan Hertel TUM Technische Universität München
Jens Krüger TUM Technische Universität München
Rüdiger Westermann TUM Technische Universität München
14 Illustrative Rendering of Seismic Data
Christopher Giertsen Christian Michelsen Research, Bergen, Norway
Eduard Gröller Vienna University of Technology, Austria and University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Daniel Patel Christian Michelsen Research, Bergen, Norway
John Thurmond Norsk Hydro, Bergen, Norway
15 Image-Space GPU Metaballs for Time-Dependent Particle Data Sets
Thomas Ertl Visualisierungsinstitut der Universität Stuttgart
Sebastian Grottel Visualisierungsinstitut der Universität Stuttgart
Christoph Müller Visualisierungsinstitut der Universität Stuttgart
16 Improving the Data Quality of PMD-based 3D Cameras
Jörg Krüger Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK)
Alexander Sabov Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK)
17 Interactive Model-based Image Registration
Joachim Georgii Technische Universität München
Thomas Schiwietz Technische Universität München / Siemens Corporate Research
Rüdiger Westermann Technische Universität München
18 Internal Labels as Shape Cues for Medical Illustration
Klaus Hinrichs University of Münster
Jörg-Stefan Praßni University of Münster
Timo Ropinski University of Münster
Jan Roters University of Münster
19 Non-iterative Camera Calibration Procedure Using A Virtual Camera
Ralf Dragon Leibniz Universität Hannover
Tobias Elbrandt Leibniz Universität Hannover
Jörn Ostermann Leibniz Universität Hannover
20 Nonlinear Diffusion vs. Wavelet Based Noise Reduction in CT Using Correlation Analysis
Anja Borsdorf University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Joachim Hornegger University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Harald Koestler University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Markus Mayer University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Ulrich Ruede University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
21 Partial Differential Equations on Very Large Implicit Surfaces
Oliver Nemitz University of Bonn
Michael Bang Nielsen University of Aarhus
Martin Rumpf University of Bonn
Ross Whitaker University of Utah
22 Qualitative Portrait Classification
Georgia Albuquerque TU Braunschweig
Marcus Magnor TU Braunschweig
Timo Stich TU Braunschweig
23 Sequential Data Compression of Very Large Data in Volume Rendering
Michael Bauer Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Erlangen-Tennenlohe
Roland Fraedrich Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nuremberg
Marc Stamminger Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nuremberg
24 Sketch Based Image Deformation
Marc Alexa TU Berlin
Mathias Eitz TU Berlin
Olga Sorkine TU Berlin
25 Surface Glyphs for Visualizing Multimodal Volume Data
Klaus Hinrichs University of Münster
Jennis Meyer-Spradow University of Münster
Bernhard Preim University of Magdeburg
Timo Ropinski University of Münster
Michael Specht University of Magdeburg
26 Using Quadtrees for Energy Minimization Via Graph Cuts
Paulo Cezar Carvalho IMPA
Marcelo Gattass PUC-Rio
Asla Sá Tecgraf / PUC-Rio
Cristina Vasconcelos PUC-Rio
27 Visualizing large-scale IP traffic flows
Fabian Fischer University of Konstanz
Daniel A. Keim University of Konstanz
Florian Mansmann University of Konstanz
Stephen C. North AT&T Research

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