IGS2016 will feature a graduate summer school the weekend before the conference, on June 18 and 19, 2016. The summer school will have tutorials by experts at the frontiers of applied geometry and geometry processing, on topics such as parameterization, fabrication, shape analysis, shape registration, and isogeometric analysis, and is ideal both for new graduate students seeking the lay of the land, and more advanced students desiring in-depth knowledge about areas of geometry processing outside their immediate research topics.

The IGS summer school can be booked by all participants of IGS2016.

Summer School Co-Chairs



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