For several years now, SGP offers a colocated Graduate School on Geometry Processing that features several lectures in various topics in the field, held by world-class experts and lead researchers in the respective discipline.
The school is typically addressed to PhD students and other postgraduate students, with an interest in Geometry Processing, but offers introductory lectures suitable for many other practitioners and researchers. All participants to SGP 2020 have access to the SGP Graduate School. Videos for lectures from previous years are available here.
The school will be held on the weekend of 4 and 5 July 2020.
Olga Diamanti (TU Berlin)
Emanuele Rodolà (Sapienza University of Rome)
|Times||Saturday, July 4||Sunday, July 5|
|09:00–10:45||Computational optimal transport||Discrete Differential Geometry|
|11:00–12:45||Shape optimization / computational design / fabrication||PDEs / signal processing on geometric domains|
|14:00–15:45||Functional correspondence||Geometric Computing - I|
|16:00–17:45||Deep learning and geometry / data-driven geometry processing||Geometric Computing - II|
Grad School Lecturers
Amit Bermano (Tel-Aviv University)
Niloy Mitra (UCL)
Marco Cuturi (Google Brain)
Simone Melzi (École Polytechnique)
Alec Jacobson (University of Toronto)
Daniele Panozzo (NYU)
Keenan Crane (CMU)
Nicholas Sharp (CMU)
Andreas Fabri (GeometryFactory)
Sebastian Loriot (GeometryFactory)
Mario Botsch (Bielefeld University)
Justin Solomon (MIT)
Christian Müller (TU Wien)