Mapping Surfaces to Non-Trivial Planar Domains and to Other Surfaces
18 September 2016 | Talk
In this talk I will discuss my recent work on two inter-playing topics: 1) computation of maps between surfaces, and 2) parameterizations, i.e., embedding surfaces into planar domains.
These two topics are closely related, as surface maps are usually computed via some type of parameterization.
I will explain how non-trivial planar domains such as self-overlapping ones, cone-manifolds, orbifolds, and hyperbolic domains can be used for these tasks, while also presenting two recent results on extending a classic parameterization technique - Tutte's embedding - to the aforementioned Euclidean orbifolds and hyperbolic domains.
|Date||18 September 2016|
|Time||14:15 - 15:00|
|Speaker||Noam Aigerman, Weizmann Institute of Science, Noam Aigerman is a 4th year PhD student in the department of Computer Science and Applied Math at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel. His main research interests are Geometry Processing and numerical optimization. He holds a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.|
|Area of expertise||Computer Sciences|