Geometric Modeling and Industrial Geometry

is a research unit at the Institute of Discrete Mathematics and Geometry.

Our research is guided by a fruitful interplay between theory and applications. It is based on expertise in various fields of geometry, especially classical geometry, and is strongly related to Visual Computing.

We are well known for pioneering contributions to Architectural Geometry, an emerging field of study which is motivated by geometric problems appearing in connection with geometrically complex structures in contemporary architecture.

Our research group is part of the interdisciplinary research Center for Geometry and Computational Design. [GCD]

Our main research fields are also supported by third-party funded projects:

Architectural Geometry
Architectural Geometry Fabrication-Aware Freeform Design based on Shape Space Exploration (FWF, 2011-2015)
Architectural Freeform Structures from Single Curved Panels (EU, 2009-2013) [ARC]
Geometric manufacturing solutions for freeform shapes (EU, 2012-2016) [GEMS]
Geometry Processing
Geometry Processing Geometry of shape spaces and related infinite dimensional spaces (FWF, 2012-2016)
Shape space methods in geometric design (FWF, 2011-2014)
Discrete Differential Geometry
Discrete Differential Geometry Discrete geometric structures motivated by applications in architecture (FWF, DFG, 2012-2016) [DGD]
Computer-Aided Design
Computer-Aided Design Algebraic representations in Computer-Aided Design for complex shapes (EU, 2016-2020)


Nov 30, 2015 | 9:30 | TU Wien | Karlsplatz 13 | Kuppelsaal
Symposium on Geometry and Computational Design [GCD]