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Computer Graphics Group

Welcome to the Computer Graphics Group at the Institute of Computer Science of the University of Bern. The fundamental goal of the Computer Graphics Group is to explore new opportunities to assist and improve visual communication using computer technology. We develop methods to generate and process images and to render visual information using computers. Applications of these methods range from movie production, computer games, architecture, industrial design, or remote collaboration to scientific visualization.

Research Highlight


We developed a novel "gradient-domain path-tracing" algorithm, which we presented at the SIGGRAPH 2015 conference in Los Angeles!


EG award

Former CGG member Fabrice Rousselle (third from left) was awarded a Eurographics PhD Award at Eurographics 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal, for his work on denoising Monte Carlo renderings. Congratulations Fabrice!


The main research areas of our group include realistic rendering, 3D geometry processing, data-driven modeling, and signal processing for multi-view 3D displays. Please visit our research page for more information.


Please visit our teaching page for more information about current course offerings.

Student Projects

If you are a student at the University of Bern interested in pursuing a project with the Computer Graphics Group, please consider our information about Bachelor and Master projects.

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