About Lab
The Computeraided Geometry Lab (CAGLab) is one of the research groups in the Department
of Computer Science II. The group is focusing on research in geometric modeling:

applications of algebraic geometry to rational surface modeling:
universal rational parameterizations, toric Bezier patches, Mpatches, canal surfaces and Pythagorean normal (PN) surfaces;

freeform surfaces of arbitrary topology: tensorborder patchworks, guided surfacing;

subdivision surfaces: artifacts, unification of various subdivision schemes, polar subdivision.
Teaching activities:
computer aided geometric design, differential geometry, analytic geometry, computational geometry, computer graphics, interactive 3D Web graphics.