PhD Course in Non-rigid Modeling and Simulation
The focus is on computational and mathematical aspects of non-rigid modeling in interactive physics simulation. The targeted audience is PhD students in Science (mainly eScience, Computer Science, IT and Physics) working with computational and mathematical modeling and simulation. The scope is to show the audience how a modeling process takes on from a physical problem to a discrete method suitable for computations. Advanced applications and perspective of the topics is given with weight on latest developments and research results taking outset in the invited lectures.
- Professor Matthias Teschner, Computer Graphics Group, University of Freiburg.
- Assistant Professor Miguel A. Otaduy, Modeling and Virtual Reality Group, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC Madrid).
- Professor Brian Vinter, Image Group, University of Copenhagen.
- Associate Professor Andreas Bærentzen, IMM, Technical University of Denmark.
- Associate Professor Kenny Erleben, Image Group, University of Copenhagen.
You can download the material for the programming exercises here http://image.diku.dk/kenny/download/vriphys10_course/
To obtain course credit, students must present a poster describing their PhD project and participate in all programming exercises. The students are responsible for the preparation and printing of posters.
For registration, please fill out this form.
The course fees are:
- Free of charge for all PhD students in academia
- Only 75€ for non-academia participating in the VRIPHYS conference
- 300€ for people not in the above categories
A special discount has been arranged with the Comfort Hotel Østerport, for more on this please see http://vriphys2010.inrialpes.fr/venue/accommodation/.
The program is subject to changes. For the recommended syllabus, please refer to this list .
||8th of November||9th of November||10th of November|
|Behavior, Constraints and Materials
(Miguel A. Otaduy)
|11.30-13.00||Interactive Deformable Modeling
Introduction to Linear
Introduction to Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH)
|14.00-16.00||Introduction to Finite Element Modeling and
(Miguel A. Otaduy)
Gridding and Neighborhood
Playing with FEM
|PhD Project Poster