ICG Students' CLub
The Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision (ICG) at Graz University of Technology is starting a club for interested Bachelor’s and Master’s students. If you are a student with a knack for computer graphics and computer vision, consider joining the ICG Students' Club, and become an insider when it comes to science and technology. As a member, you are invited to participate in all activities at ICG, experience first-hand how research is done, and get unlimited hands-on experience with our advanced technical equipment like robots, head-mounted displays or the stereo projection wall. Membership is limited to a small number of extremely motivated top-level students.
My list of publications.
- 31.03.2009: Meeting (18:00, seminar room)
- Introduction of Gottfried Graber
- Planning SS 2009
- Talk: Denis Kalkofen about "X-Ray Vision"
- Beer @ Mo'XX
- 27.01.2009: Fourth Semester Club Meeting (18:00, seminar room). Talk: VM-Methods for Vision on GPU (Dr. Tom Pock)
- 04.11.2008: Second Semester Club Meeting (18:00, seminar room)
- 14.10.2008: First Semester Club Meeting (18:00, seminar room)
- 12.07.2008: ICG Spanferkel @ Bernhard Reitinger's place (Map)
- 19.06.2008: Some people finished their studies - We have again two places left.
- 04.06.2008: Judith Mühl: SciSniff
- 06.05.2008: Meeting
- Introduction of Markus Pröll
- Manuel Werlberger: "Globally Optimal TV-L1 Shape Prior Segmentation"
- Marc Streit: LinkBucket: Visual Interconnection of 2D Visualizations in 3D
- 01.04.2008: Bernhard Kainz and Matthias Scharrer: Report about the ECR in Vienna
- 04.03.2008: Meeting
- Introduction of Bernhard Roth
- Markus Unger: "Continuous Globally Optimal Image Segmentation with Local Constraints"
- Bernhard Kainz: Overview of his current project
- 05.02.2008: Re-formation meeting
- December'07: Bernhard Kainz joined the organizing team
- 29./30.11.2007: Trip to Linz
- 29. Nov. - 14:00
Visit Virtual Reality Center - JKU Linz
- 30. Nov. - 11:00
Visit Ars Electronica Center (AEC) - Future Lab
- 29. Nov. - 14:00
- August'07: Marc Streit joined the organizing team
- March'07: Denis Kalkofen will be the new master of the ICG Club (Bernhard retired!)
- 26.2.-27.2.2007: WARM'07
- 28.09.2006: Meeting between ViennaCG club and ICG Club
- Treffpunkt 13 Uhr am ICG
- Programm: Demo DAVE, Demos ICG
- Stefan Hauswiesner (2008 - Aug. 2009)
- Andreas Wendel (2007 - Jun. 2009)
- Christian Kurz (2007 - Jun. 2009)
- Michael Rabatscher (2006 - Sept. 2008)
- Manuel Werlberger (2007 - Sept. 2008)
- Ulrich Krispel (2007 - Jun. 2008)
- Alexander Lex (2006 - Jun. 2008)
- Lukas Gruber (2006 - Jun. 2008)
- Hayko Riemenschneider (2007 - Jun. 2008)
- Markus Unger (2007 - Jun. 2008)
- Christoph Schinko (2005 - Jan. 2008)
- Bernhard Kainz (2005 - Oct. 2007)
- Marc Streit (2005 - July 2007)
- Stefan Kluckner (2005 - 2007)
- Christian Pirchheim (2006 - Jan. 2007)
- Ralph Wozelka (2005 - 2006)
- Philipp Fuernstahl (2005 - 2006)
- Christoph Gratl (2005 - 2006)
Why should you join?
There are several reasons why students who are especially interested in computer graphics and vision should apply for the ICG Students' Club. Some of them are listed below.
- Scientific Talks! Being a member of the ICG Students' Club, you are invited to the weekly scientific seminar, where current research topics are either presented by PhD students or by international guest speakers.
- Get Known Personally! Participating in the ICG Students' Club is a chance to overcome the anonymity of the mass university. Knowing and being known by the researchers working at a university institute is a great start for rewarding and pleasant joint work, for example as a master’s thesis.
- Information! If you are interested in computer graphics and computer vision, a dedicated mailing list serves first-hand information on events and ongoing activities.
- Participation! The Students' Club is an important part of ICG. As a member, you will get involved in the daily life at ICG. You will have access to an interesting, resourceful environment and get a chance to experience the university from a new, more interesting point of view.
- Social Events! We don’t always work. Besides science, informal get-togethers and other activities such as hiking, skiing or excursions to partner universities provide opportunities to broaden your experience and make new friends.
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