Technical program

Day 1 03/10/2016

10:00 Registration

10:30 Welcome and opening

11:00 Session 1: Computational geometry and topology

  • Persistent homology: a step-by-step introduction for newcomers – Ulderico Fugacci, Sara Scaramuccia, Federico Iuricich and Leila De Floriani
  • Manipulating Topological Decompositions of Non-Manifold Shapes – David Canino
  • Tracking the evolution of rainfall precipitation fields using persistent maxima – Silvia Biasotti, Andrea Cerri, Simone Pittaluga, Davide Sobrero and Michela Spagnuolo
  • Design and Fabrication of Grid-shells Mockups – Davide Tonelli, Nico Pietroni, Paolo Cignoni and Roberto Scopigno

12:30 Lunch

14:30 Keynote talk

15:30 Thesis awards

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Session 2: Rendering

  • Tonal Art Maps with Image Space Stroke – Laszlo Szécsi, Marcell Sziranyi and Agota Kacso
  • Selective rasterized ray-traced reflections on the GPU – Mattias Frid Kastrati and Prashant Goswami
  • Kernel–Reflection Sequences – Laszlo Szécsi, Zoltan Bendefy and Agota Kacso
  • Practical Offline Rendering of Woven Cloth – Peter McEvoy, Vidar Nelson and Marco Fratarcangeli
  • Anisotropic Texture Cylinders: Easy Capture and Reproduction of Anisotropic BRDF – Dario Magri, Paolo Cignoni and Marco Tarini

20:00 Conference dinner

The conference dinner will be at the Gaia, Vini, Cucina, in Vico dell’Argento, 16100 Genova.

Day 2 04/10/2016

9:00 Session 3: User interfaces and visual analysis

  • Generalized Trackball for surfing over surfaces – Luigi Malomo, Paolo Cignoni and Roberto Scopigno
  • Automating large 3D dataset publication in a Web-Based multimedia repository – Marco Potenziani, Bernhard Fritsch, Matteo Dellepiane and Roberto Scopigno
  • Interactive Analytical Treemaps for Visualisation of Call Centre Data – Richard Roberts, Chao Tong, Robert Laramee, Paul Brookes, Gary Smith and Tony D’Cruze
  • Vocal One Switch (VOS) Selection Interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality Hands-free Tasks – Federico Manuri, Andrea Sanna, Fabrizio Lamberti and Gianluca Paravati

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Lab presentations

  • Image Processing Laboratory (IPLab) University of Catania
  • CG & HCI Lab at University of Cagliari
  • CRS4 Visual Computing
  • Softeco Sismat – 3D Image Processing and Analysis Laboratory, Genova
  • The Geometry & Graphics Group at the University of Genova, DIBRIS, Univ. di Genova
  • Visual Computing at SLIPGURU, DIMA-DIBRIS, Univ. di Genova
  • The Shape and Semantics Modelling Group CNR-IMATI, Sez. Genova, Italy

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Session 4: Reconstruction and image analysis

  • Practical Free-form RTI Acquisition with Local Spot Lights – Ruggero Pintus, Irina Mihaela Ciortan, Andrea Giachetti and Enrico Gobbetti
  • Retinal Image Analysis with Shearlets – Miguel Duval Poo, Francesco Levet, Ernesto De Vito and Francesca Odone
  • Low Cost Handheld 3D Scanning for Architectural Elements Acquisition – Dario Allegra, Giovanni Gallo, Laura Inzerillo, Marcella Lombardo, Filippo L. M. Milotta, Cettina Santagati and Filippo Stanco
  • 3D Digital Imaging for Knowledge Dissemination of Greek Archaic Statuary – Filippo Stanco, Davide Tanasi, Dario Allegra and Filippo L. M. Milotta
  • Surface Reconstruction from Range Images – Gianfranco Mariosa, Nicola Fioraio, Alessandro Franchi and Luigi Di Stefano

16:20 Best Paper award and closing

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