Teaching at the Computer Graphics Department
Each semester, we offer several courses in the areas of Computer Graphics, Scientific Visualization and Computer Animation for:
Furthermore, we regularly offer Summer and Winter School courses, which allow students to complete lab courses in the time between two semesters. This offer is part of the International Program of Excellence in Computer Science (IPEC).
A full list of all courses sorted by term is available here:
Bachelor and Master's Theses
For all students with an interest in Computer Graphics our department offers a wide range of research areas out of which a topic for a Bachelor- or Master thesis can be chosen. The thesis can also be carried out in cooperation with one of our many partners from industry. If you are interested, just come to our secretary's office and arrange an appointement with Prof. Klein, Prof. Weber, Prof. Hullin, Prof. Schultz or Prof. Yao. They will all gladly be available for presenting you interesting topics for a thesis in the area of Computer Graphics. Concerning questions on theses, you might of course also contact one of our research assistants.
To get an impression about the topics we offer, you might also have a look at this list of completed and currently ongoing theses.
Events for High School Students
We also offer special events for high school students with interest in computer graphics:
One regular event is the internship for high school students (see this list), which usually takes place in June, right before school holidays. In this internship, students shall gain insight into mathematical modeling and realization of interactive computer graphics applications.
Besides, we also participate in the Hochschultage Informatik, taking place annually in February, in which high school students are introduced to the course of studies in computer science by talks and live demonstrations.
CESCG Student Conference
We strongly encourage undergraduates to participate in our research. As a result many of our students had papers in conferences and journals. Among other things each year the best student research work is invited to participate at the Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics for students (CESCG) which brings undergraduate students, who are interested in computer graphics, together across borders of universities and countries.
There is a field report by Patrick Stotko from CESCG 2015.