SMI 2012
Shape Modeling International 2012
May 22-25 2012
College Station, Texas, USA
Technical Papers Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Courses Exhibition
Technical Paper Submission Sculpting/Fabrication Papers Course Submission Submission for Exhibition
Venue Registration Travel Accomodations
Presentation Videos Conference Program
Technical Papers Committee Sculpting/Fabrication Committee Courses Committee Exhibition Committee
Helmut Pottman Greg N. Frederickson Carlo Séquin
SMI'2013, Bournemouth, GB SMI'2011, Herzia, Israel SMI'2010, Aix-En Provence, France SMI'2009, Beinjin, China SMI'2008, Stony Brook, NW, USA SMI'2007, Lyon, France SMI'2006, Matsushima, Japan SMI'2005, Cambridge, MA, USA SMI'2004, Genova, Italy SMI'2003, Seoul Korea SMI'2002, Banff, Alberta, Canada SMI'2001, Genoa, Italy SMI'1999, Aizu, Japan SMI'1997, Aizu, Japan Shape Modeling 1994, Aizu, Japan
Shape Modeling International 2012 - FULL PROGRAM
(All presentations are in Langford B - Geren Auditorium except one of the parallel courses. )
May 22, 2012

May 23, 2012

May 24, 2012

May 25, 2012

08:30-9:50: Registration
09:30-9:50: Opening
-Welcome to the conference
- Paper submissions/sessions
- Courses and exhibition
- Logistics and schedule
08:30-9:50: Keynote Speech
Chair: Scott Schaefer

Helmut Pottmann
Freeform Architecture and Fabrication-Aware Design

08:30-9:50 Keynote Speech
Chair: Ergun Akleman

Greg N. Frederickson
Beyond Swinging: Hinged Dissections that Twist or Fold

08:30-9:50 FASE Keynote Speech
Chair: John Hart

Carlo H. Séquin
The Design and Realization of Large-Scale Free-Form Sculptures

9:50-10:10: Coffee Break 9:50-10:10: Coffee Break 9:50-10:10: Coffee Break 9:50-10:10: Coffee Break
10:10-11:50: Processing Parametric Models
Chair: Ken Sloan
  • FULL: Curve intersection using hybrid clipping
  • FULL: Interpolating an Arbitrary Number of Joint B-Spline Curves by Loop Surfaces
  • SHORT: On the problem of instability in the dimension of a spline space over a T-mesh
  • FULL: Component-aware Tensor-product Trivariate Splines of Arbitrary Topology
10:10-11:50: Fitting
Chair: David Gu
  • FULL: Local Approximation of Scalar Functions on 3D Shapes and Volumetric Data
  • SHORT: A Revisit to Fitting Parametric Surfaces to Point Clouds
  • SHORT: Dimension-Independent Multi-Resolution Morse Complexes
  • SHORT: Mixed-Element Volume Completion from NURBS Surfaces
10:10-11:50: Modeling
Chair: Jyh-Ming Lien
  • FULL: Medial design of blades for hydroelectric turbines and ship propellers
  • FULL: Curvature-based Offset Distance: Implementation and Applications
  • FULL: Pattern Mapping with Quad-Pattern-Coverable Quad-Meshes
  • SHORT: Converting Skeletal Structures to Quad-Dominant Meshes
10:10-11:50: Computational Geometry
Chair: Jacob Baerentzen
  • FULL: Alpha-Decomposition of Polygons
  • FULL: Skeleton pruning by contour approximation and the integer medial axis transform
  • FULL: Consensus Meshing
  • FULL: GPU accelerated Convex Hull Computation
11:50-13:00: Lunch 11:50-13:00: Lunch 11:50-13:00: Lunch 11:50-13:00: Lunch
13:00-14:40: Geometry Compression
Chair: Patricio Simari
  • FULL: Progressive Encoding and Compression of Surfaces Generated from Point Cloud Data
  • FULL: Progressive Compression of Manifold Polygon Meshes
  • FULL: Encoding Normal Vectors using Optimized Spherical Coordinates
  • FULL:A Runtime Cache for Interactive Procedural Modeling
13:00-14:40: Differential Geometry
Chair: Rhaleb Zayer
  • FULL: Spectral Computations on Nontrivial Line Bundles
  • FULL: Posture-Invariant Statistical Shape Analysis Using Laplace Operator
  • FULL: Canonical Conformal Mapping for High Genus Surfaces with Boundaries
  • FULL: As-Conformal-As-Possible Discrete Volumetric Mapping
13:00-13:50: FASE Session
Chair: Nat Friedman
  • FASE: Contour Armatures and Faired Surfaces in Combinative Sculpture
  • FASE: Kaleidogami: Multi-Primitive Reconfigurable Artistic Structures
13:00-14:15: Deformable Surfaces
Chair: Giuseppe Pantane
  • SHORT: VoxMorph: 3-Scale Freeform Deformation of Large Voxel Grids
  • SHORT: Stable volumetric features in deformable shapes
  • SHORT: Robust Wrinkle-Aware Non-Rigid Registration for Triangle Meshes of Hand with Rich and Dynamic Details
14:40-15:00: Coffee Break 14:40-15:00: Coffee Break 13:50-14:10: Coffee Break 14:15-14:35: Closing
15:00-16:40: Interactive Modeling
Chair: Xin Li
  • FULL: Interactive Modeling by Procedural High-Level Primitives
  • SHORT: A nonlinear static approach for curve editing
  • SHORT: Sketch Based 3D Modeling with Curvature Classification
  • SHORT: SPACESKETCH: Shape Modeling with 3D Meshes and Control Curves in Stereoscopic Environments
15:00-15:50: FASE Session
Chair: Wei Yan
  • FASE: Form, Space and Light: Cutting and Stacking
  • FASE: Prototyping Dissection Puzzles with Layered Manufacturing
14:10-15:50: Two Parallel Courses
  • (Langford B - Auditorium) Surface-, Flow-, and Volume-Based Techniques for Shape Modeling
    Giuseppe Patane', David Xiangfeng Gu, Xin Shane Li and Michela Spagnuolo
  • (Langford C105) Implicit Modelling
    Brian Wyvill, Alexander Pasko, John Hart and Herbert Grasberger
16:40-17:00: Coffee Break 15:50-16:10: Coffee Break 15:50-16:10: Coffee Break
17:00-17:50: FASE Session
Chair: Carlo Séquin
  • FASE: Decoration of plastic objects using multi view-dependent textures
  • FASE: Petal Variations: Surfaces For Light And Shadow Effect
16:10-18:15: Two parallel Courses:
  • (Langford B - Auditorium) Quaternions and Dual Quaternions by Ron Goldman
  • (Langford C105) Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation: Computation and Applications by Wenping Wang
16:10-18:15: Two Parallel Courses (Cont'd)
  • (Langford B - Auditorium)Surface-, Flow-, and Volume-Based Techniques for Shape Modeling
    Giuseppe Patane', David Xiangfeng Gu, Xin Shane Li and Michela Spagnuolo
  • (Langford C105) Implicit Modelling
    Brian Wyvill, Alexander Pasko, John Hart and Herbert Grasberger
. 19:00-21:00: Conference Dinner

The Bridges Organization:
Art and Mathematics
ISAMA: The international Society of the Arts, Mathematics and Architecture

Texas A&M University
College of Architecture
Texas A&M University
Visualization Department
Texas A&M University
Computer Science Department