The value of computational geometry algorithms show their full potential when properly integrated into advanced information flows in industry and government. Some projects address short term challenges while other projects address long term challenges. Many of the projects produce algorithms that are made available to other researchers and industry though our software toolkits and the projects supporting these toolkits.
Computational geometry and isogeometric representation
We currently participate in 3 projects within isogeometric representation and analysis, see the thematic pages addressing Isogeometric analysis for detailed information. Our role is concentrated on different aspect of isogeometric representation and the development of the isogeometric toolkit.
Computational geometry and the semantics of shape
The integration of geometric information in advanced information flows is significantly simplified by semantic annotation. We have participated in two EU-sponsored projects related to the semantics of shape
Computational geometry and approximate algebraic geometry
In many geometric algorithms the combination of algebraic and parametric representations is beneficial to achieve good computational performance.
Projects addressing computational geometric algorithms on modern heterogenous many core processors