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 CESCG 2004 - Final Program

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Final Program of CESCG 2004

the preliminary program is still available also. The press release is now also available (only in slovak language): PDF, DOC.

Note, that also this year, CESCG is co-organized with the Spring Conference on Computer Graphics (SCCG), which takes place right after the seminar.

Monday, 19 April 2004, morning
1100 Registration -
1220 Lunch -

Monday, 19 April 2004, afternoon
1330 CESCG 2004 Opening by the seminar organizers
  Session 1: Virtual Reality and Cultural Heritage (Chair: Jirí ZÁRA)
1400 Ivana RUDOLFOVÁ and Veronica SUNDSTEDT
(Brno, Czech Republic,
Bristol, United Kingdom)
[.pdf-file] High fidelity rendering of the interior of an egyptian temple
Gerald BINDER
(Hagenberg, Austria)
[.pdf-file] PocketHouseAR - An approach to use a Pocket PC as interaction tool for augmented reality
Zsolt TÓTH
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Towards an optimal texture reconstruction
Alexander TERBU
(Graz, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Virtual Cockpit: An alternative augmented reality user interface
1540 Coffee Break -
  Session 2: Visualization (Chair: Alan CHALMERS)
1610 Matej NOVOTNÝ
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Visually effective information visualization of large data
Stefan BRUCKNER
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Efficient volume visualization of large medical datasets
Krisztián OLLÉ
(Szeged, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] A computer assisted planning and simulation system for orthopedic-trauma surgery
Martin GASSER
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Fast Focus+Context visualization of large scientific data
1730 Opening Ceremony of Ehibition: "Virtual Heart of Central Europe"
  Spare Time -
1830 Welcome Party -

Tuesday, 20 April 2004, morning
730 Breakfast -
  Session 3: Photorealistic Rendering (Chair: Helwig HAUSER)
830 Miroslav SABO
(Maribor, Slovenia)
[.pdf-file] Improving advanced particle system by adding property milestones to particle life cycle
Martin SCHNEIDER
(Bonn, Germany)
[.pdf-file] Real-Time BTF rendering
Attila BARSI and Gábor JAKAB
(Budapest, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] Stream processing in global illumination
Dorota ZDROJEWSKA
(Szczecin, Poland)
[.pdf-file] Real time rendering of heterogenous fog based on the graphics hardware acceleration
1010 Coffee Break -
  Session 4: Computational Geometry & Image Processing (Chair: Andrej FERKO)
1040 Vid DOMITER
(Maribor, Slovenia)
[.pdf-file] Constrained delaunay triangulation using plane subdivision
Michal KRAUS
(Prague, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Human motion and emotion parameterization
Jirí VENERA
(Brno, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Searching for simple geometric shapes in raster image
Marián SEDLÁCEK
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Evaluation of RGB and HSV models in human faces detection
1220 Lunch -

Tuesday, 20 April 2004, afternoon
  Session 5: Modelling (Chair: Martin Sperka)
1400 Gavin ELLIS
(Bristol, United Kingdom)
[.pdf-file] A conversion pipeline: From laser-scanned data to high fidelity rendering
Peter DRAHOS and Peter KAPEC
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Animating human faces using modified waters muscle model
Piotr KUREK
(Szczecin, Poland)
[.pdf-file] A novel representation of 3D shapes based on modified sphere equation
Sanjin JEGINOVIC
(Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
[.pdf-file] Interactive 3D models -- From 3ds max to VRML
1540 Coffee Break -
  Session 6: Invited Talk (Chair: Radoslaw MANTIUK)
1610 Jirí ZÁRA
(Prague, Czech Republic)
[.pdf-file] Web-based presentations of large urban scenes
1750 IPC Meeting -
Spare Time -
1830 Social Program -

Wednesday, 21 April 2004, morning
730 Breakfast -
  Session 7: Hardware-Accelerated Rendering (Chair: Laszlo SZIRMAY KALOS)
830 Tomás BUJNÁK
(Bratislava, Slovakia)
[.pdf-file] Extended shadow maps
Márton SZABÓ
(Budapest, Hungary)
[.pdf-file] Hardware generated shadows
Oliver MATTAUSCH
(Vienna, Austria)
[.pdf-file] Practical reconstruction and hardware-accelerated direct volume rendering on body-centered cubic grids
Joachim HARABASZ
(Bonn, Germany)
[.pdf-file] Out-of-core terrain rendering with reparameterized textures
1010 Coffee Break -
1040 IPC Meeting -
  Session 8: Invited Talk (Chair: Ivan VIOLA)
1100 Alan CHALMERS
(Bristol, United Kingdom)
[.pdf-file] Recreating the past: Graphics and archaeology
1220 Closing Ceremony (Seminar Organizers)-
1300 Lunch -




The 8th Central European Seminar on Computer Graphics is sponsored by the following companies:

SOFTIP

Visegrad Fund

Ministry of Education
of Slovakia

OCG

Tiani Medgraph

VRVis

Caligari

A.K. Peters
our
official
partner
this
year:
    
COFAX

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

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