Session overview

Session #1 (Thursday Nov. 11, 1.30pm):

  • Topology-based physical simulation
    Philippe Meseure, Emmanuelle Darles and Xavier Skapin
  • Optimization-based Fluid Simulation on Unstructured Meshes
    Marek Krzysztof Misztal, Robert Bridson, Kenny Erleben, Andreas Baerentzen and Francois Anton
  • A Geometry-Shader-Based Adaptive Mesh Refinement Scheme Using Semiuniform Quad/Triangle Patches and Warping
    Martin Knuth, Arjan Kuijpera and Jörn Kohlhammer
  • A Triangle Bending Constraint Model for Position-Based Dynamics
    Micky Kelager, Kenny Erleben and Sarah Niebe

Session #2 (Thursday Nov. 11, 4pm):

  • A Modular Physics Methodology for Games
    Philip Willis and Florian Schanda
  • 3D Sketch Recognition for Interaction in Virtual Environments
    Dominik Rausch, Ingo Assenmacher and Torsten Kuhlen
  • Simulating Human Collision Avoidance Using a Velocity-Based Approach
    Ioannis Karamouzas and Mark Overmars
  • A Framework for GPU Accelerated Needle Insertion Simulation
    Aria Shahingohar, Roy Eagleson and Sandrine deRibaupierre

Session #3 (Friday Nov. 12, 10.30am):

  • Boundary handling and adaptive time-stepping for PCISPH
    Markus Ihmsen, Nadir Akinci, Marc Gissler and Matthias Teschner
  • Normal and Friction Stabilization Techniques for Interactive Rigid Body Constraint-based Contact Force Computations
    Morten Silcowitz, Sarah Niebe and Kenny Erleben
  • Accelerated Hierarchical Collision Detection for Simulation using CUDA
    Jimmy Jorgensen, Andreas Rune Fugl and Henrik Gordon Petersen

Session #4 (Friday Nov. 12, 1.30pm):

  • Interactive Deformations with Multigrid Skeletal Constraints
    Joachim Georgii, Daniel Lagler, Christian Dick and Rüdiger Westermann
  • Interactive Simulation of a Continuum Mechanics based Torsional Thread
    Karl Larsson, Göran Wallgren and Mats G. Larson
  • Asynchronous Preconditioners for Efficient Solving of Non-linear Deformations
    Hadrien Courtecuisse, Jeremie Allard, Christian Duriez and Stephane Cotin
  • Edge collision detection in complex deformable environment
    Thomas Jund, David Cazier and Jean-François Dufourd