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Abteilung für Computergraphik

 

Thomas Theußl, Ivan Viola

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The 7th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics is sponsored by the following companies:

SOFTIP

Visegrad Fund
Ministry of Education
of Slovakia

OCG

Tiani Medgraph

VRVis
and is orgainzed under the auspices of the Austrian ambassador in Slovakia Martin Bolldorf.
Preface

Welcome to CESCG~2003!

It seems to be a tradition to enumerate in this preface the outstanding new features that were introduced to CESCG in the particular year. Well, this year this is certainly the concept of posters which give students the oppurtunity to present on one page small ideas or work in progress to a larger audience. These posters are published within these proceeedings and are exhibited during the seminar. We further extended the scope of CESCG so that this year for the first time students from Bonn, Germany will present their work. Besides these innovations CESCG 2003 again offers all conference style features that were accumulated in the past years (i.e., sessions, session chairs, badges, coffee breaks, invited talks, social events,...).

Also the informal reviewing process, which was introduced last year and proved to be another nice feature of CESCG, was kept for this year. The International Program Committee consisted of:

Andrej Ferko Markus Grabner Helwig Hauser Szirmay-Kalos László
Thomas Theußl Jirí Zára Pavel Zemcík  

This year, the Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics is again being held under the auspicies of the Austrian Ambassador in Slovakia, his Excellency Martin Bolldorf. Invited talks this year are given by Ladislav Kvasz from Comenius University in Bratislava about "Epistemological Aspects of the History of Painting" and Meister Eduard Gröller from the Vienna University of Technology about "Scientific Visualization in Medicine (or a Christmas-Tree in Heaven)".

However, the most important aspect of CESCG is and always has been to bring together students of computer graphics areas across the boundaries of universities and countries. This year, students from eight cities in four different countries in central Europe, specifically from Bonn, Germany; Bratislava, Slovakia; Brno, Czech Republic; Budapest, Hungary; Graz, Austria; Pilsen, Czech Republic; Prague, Czech Republic; and Vienna, Austria; participate in CESCG.

This seminar would not have happened without the help of numerous people. We specifically wish to thank Andrej Ferko and Marek Zimanyi from Bratislava, and Markus Hadwiger and Helwig Hauser from Vienna, as well as all the students who put a lot of effort into preparing papers, posters, and presentations.

Organizing such an event with almost no expenses for the students requires funding. We are grateful that CESCG 2003 is sponsored by: the Ministry of Education of Slovakia; SOFTIP, a Slovak information technology provider; OCG, the Austrian Computer Association; Tiani Medgraph, Vienna, a company in the field of medical applications; Visegrad Fund, a Fund to strenghten the ties between the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia; VRVis, a research center for virtual reality and visualization in Vienna.

April 2003, Ivan Viola, Thomas Theußl, & Szirmay-Kalos László

Contributions
Human-Computer Interaction
Pavel HALABALA
(Prague, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Semantic Metadata Creation
Milan FRANK, Ivo HANAK, Tomas SMLSAL and Vaclav SKALA
(Pilsen, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Graphical Interfaces for C#
Robert CHUDY
(Brno, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] First Steps in Spatial Interface Design
Helfried TSCHEMMERNEGG
(Graz, Austria)
[.pdf-file] WebCAME - A 3D Multiresolution Viewer for the Web
Geometry
Marcel KÖRTGEN, Gil-Joo PARK, Marcin NOVOTNY and Reinhard KLEIN
(Bonn, Germany)
[.pdf-file] 3D Shape Matching With 3D Shape Contexts
Ladislav KAVAN
(Prague, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Rigid Body Collision Response
Jozef ZAJAC
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Biped Animation Using Mathematical Expressions in Maya
Ladislav CMOLIK and
Miroslav ULLER
(Prague, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Point Cloud Morphing
Simulation
DEAK Szabolcs
(Budapest, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] Dynamic Simulation in a Driving Simulator Game
Matej MLEJNEK
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Feature Based Volume Rendering of Simulation Data
Marco Sergio ANDRADE LEAL CAMARA
(Graz, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Modeling Realistic Water and Fire
Milan KOLLINGER, Karel VONDRACEK, Vaclava SEBLOVA, Jaroslav ZDRAZIL, Jakub JIRKA, Lucie VOKOUNOVA
(Pilsen, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Flood Simulation and Visualization
Computer Vision
JUHASZ Tamas
(Budapest, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] Graphics Acceleration Techniques for a Mobile Robot Simulator
Roman KAPUSTA
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Scene reconstruction using structured light
Michal SPANEL
(Brno, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Face Representation and Tracking Using Gabor Wavelet Networks
Peter KUBINI
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Tracking facial features using low resolution and low fps cameras under variable light conditions
Real-Time Rendering
Wolfgang DEIX
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Real-time Rendering of Fractal Rocks
Marc BOSSERHOFF and Andre NICOLL
(Bonn, Germany)
[.pdf-file] Realistic Materials for Virtual Real-Time Environments
LAZANYI Istvan
(Budapest, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] Preprocessing virtual worlds for virtual reality applications
Christoph BERGER
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] A Flexible Framework for Hardware-Accelerated High-Quality Volume Rendering
Invited Talks
Ladislav KVASZ
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Epistemological Aspects of the History of Painting
Meister Eduard GRÖLLER
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Scientific Visualization in Medicine (or a Christmas-Tree in Heaven)