Research Projects (1998)
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Application of Image Processing in Materials Science
The purpose of the project is to develop a powerful tool for the investigation of the deformation and fracture behaviour of materials. It is an interdisciplinary project combining the fields of materials science and computer science. The aim of the project related to computer science, more precisely to computer vision is: To develop a system for the automatic reconstruction of surfaces from scanning electron stereophotograms, integrating various reconstruction techniques (shape from stereo, photometric stereo etc.). The system shall be especially appropriate for analyzing fracture surfaces and for recording the local deformation fields during in-situ loading experiments in the scanning electron microscope.