Lecturers: Hans Peter Seidel and Michael Wand
Teaching Assistents: Nils Hasler, Jens Kerber, Carsten Stoll, and Thomas Schultz.
Email addresses are available through the links (to avoid spam, sorry for the incovinience).
Course Certificates ("Scheine"): 
The course certificates ("Scheine") have now been issued and are ready for pickup at our sectaries office, Room 202, MPIInformatik Building (E1 4).
Lecture:
 Tue, 1618h, E1 4, Room 024
 Thur 1012, E1 4, Room 021
Exercise Course:
 Time: Fr 1012, Fr 1618h
 Discussions of theory assignments are in E1 4, Room 024
 Group interviews on practical assignments are in E1 3 (CS building), Room 103
 Schedule: see "formalities" slides below.
List of topics:
 Mathematical background for geometric modeling
 Modeling Techniques:
 Splines, curves and surfaces
 Bezier splines, BSplines, NURBS, implicits functions
 Geometry Processing:
 Processing of 3D scanner data
 Registration, reconstruction, data fitting
 Practical Skills: Programming assignments & tutorials
Formal requirements to pass the lecture: 
Passing the lecture:
 There will be theoretical and practical exercises.
 You need to participate in all exercises and obtain at least 50% of the total exercise scores.
 There will be a written final exam you need to pass.
 If you achieve more than 50% of the score in the exercises you will obtain a bonus score for the final exam.
Written Exam:
 Final Exam: First week after the lecture
 Wednesday July 23rd 2008
 1417h
 CS Building E1 3, Room: Lecture Hall 001
 Reexam: Early October
 Wednesday October 8th 2008
 1013h
 CS Building E1 3, Room: Lecture Hall 003
 Regulations:
 You may bring up to two A4 sheets of paper with handwritten notes (no copies).
 You may bring a simple calculator (no networking, nonprogrammable).
 You must register for the lecture in HISPOS.
 You can take either the final or the reexam or both. Final grade is the better of the up to two outcomes.
Lecture #1: April 15th 2008
Lecture #2: April 17th 2008
Lecture #3: April 17th 2008
Lecture #4: April 29th 2008 / Lecture #5: May 06th 2008
Lecture #6: May 08th 2008 / Lecture #7: May 13th 2008
Lecture #8: May 15th 2008 / Lecture #9: May 20th 2008
Lecture #9: May 20th 2008 / Lecture #10: May 27th 2008
Lecture #10: June 03th 2008
Lecture #11/#14: June 05th / 17th 2008
Lecture #12: June 10th 2008 (Jens Kerber)
Lecture #13: June 12th 2008 (Nils Hasler)
 Background material for Laplacian Surface editing:
Lecture #14: June 19th 2008
Lecture #15: June 24th 2008
Lecture #16: June 26th 2008
Lecture #17: July 3rd 2008
Lecture #18: July 8th 2008
Lecture #19: July 10th 2008
Lecture #20: July 15th 2008
Lecture #21: July 17th 2008
GENERAL:
 Recommended Literature (slides)
Assingment sheets:
 Assignmentsheet #0  practice (voluntary, no due date. TA: Jens Kerber)
 Additional material / solutions for Assignmentsheet #0
An Introduction to the GeoX System (some background information on how to use the provided framework)
 Assignmentsheet #1  theory (due date: April 29th 2008, before the lecture. TA: Carsten Stoll)
 Assignmentsheet #2  practice (due date: group interviews Fr, May 16th 2008. TA: Thomas Schultz)
 Assignmentsheet #3  theory (due date: Tue, May 13th 2008, before the lecture. TAs: Jens Kerber, Carsten Stoll)
 Assignmentsheet #4  practice (due date: group interviews Fr, May 30th 2008. TA: Thomas Schultz)
 Assignmentsheet #5  theory (due date: Tue, May 27th 2008, before the lecture. TAs: Jens Kerber, Thomas Schultz)
 Assignmentsheet #6  practice (due date: group interviews Fr, June 13th 2008. TA: Nils Hasler)
 Assignmentsheet #7  theory (due date: Tue June 10th 2008, before the lecture. TAs: Thomas Schultz, Carsten Stoll)
 Assignmentsheet #8  practice (due date: group interviews Fri June 27th 2008. TAs: Nils Hasler
 Assignmentsheet #9  theory (due date: Tue June 24th 2008, before the lecture. TAs: Jens Kerber
 Assignmentsheet #10  practice (due date: group interviews Fri July 11th 2008. TAs: Nils Hasler
 Assignmentsheet #11  theory (due date: Thu July 10th 2008, before the lecture. TAs: Thomas Schultz
GeoX Framework for solving the practical assignments:
 If you have any questions about the lecture: mail to Michael Wand.
 Office hours: In principle, you can drop by any time; to make sure that I am around and have time for you, drop me a short email for an appointment, if possible.
 If you have any questions about the current assignments, please mail to the responsible teaching assistant (indicated for each assignment sheet above). We are not able to give advice on how to solve the problems, only on questions of factual understanding.
October 28, 2008 01:39:39 PM 
