Instructors :

Prof. Marc Pollefeys, Dr. Daniel Barath

Teaching assistants :

Jiaqi Chen, Zuoyue Li, Shaohui Liu, Boyang Sun, Fangjinhua Wang

Lectures :

Mondays from 09:15-12:00 in HG E 3

Prerequisite :

You should have attended the Computer Vision lecture from the last semester, particularly focusing on the camera model, geometric aspects, and structure-from-motion. If you haven't taken that class, there will be a very short repetition, but you will need to study the necessary basics yourself to work on your project and understand papers.

Schedule :
Date Topic
Feb 19 Introduction (Dr. Daniel Barath)
(recording from 2022)
Feb 26 Geometry, Camera Model, Calibration (Prof. Marc Pollefeys)
(recording from 2022)
Mar 4 Guest lecture (Prof. Davide Scaramuzza) +
Features, Tracking / Matching (Dr. Marc Pollefeys)
(recording from 2022)
Mar 11 Project Proposals by Students (Prof. Marc Pollefeys)
Mar 18 3DV conference
Mar 25 Structure from Motion (SfM) + papers (Dr. Daniel Barath)
(recording from 2022)
Apr 1 Easter break
Apr 8 Dense Correspondence (stereo / optical flow) + papers (Prof. Marc Pollefeys)
Apr 15 Bundle Adjustment & SLAM + papers (Dr. Daniel Barath)
Apr 22 Student Midterm Presentations (Dr. Daniel Barath)
Apr 29 Multi-View Stereo & Volumetric Modeling + papers (Dr. Daniel Barath)
May 6 3D Modeling with Depth Sensors + papers (Dr. Daniel Barath)
May 13 Guest lecture + papers (Prof. Marc Pollefeys)
May 20 Holiday
May 27 Student Project Demo Day = Final Presentations
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