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Previous Awards

The papers receiving these awards were selected from a set of outstanding papers, based on the quantitative and qualitative classifications as well as comments provided by the program committee reviewers, their final classification as full paper and their oral presentation at the conference.

GRAPP 2016

Best Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
Generating Straight Outlines of 2D Point Sets and Holes using Dominant Directions or Orthogonal Projections
Melanie Pohl and Dirk Feldmann

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Rendering
Fast Screen Space Curvature Estimation on GPU
Martin Prantl, Libor Váša and Ivana Kolingerová

Best PhD Project Award


Data Scalable Approach for Identifying Correlation in Large and Muti-dimensional Data
Hoa Nguyen and Paul Rosen

GRAPP 2015

Best Paper Award


Area: Interactive Environments
The Influence of Gravity-adapted Target Resizing on Direct Augmented Reality Pointing under Simulated Hypergravity
Daniela Markov-Vetter, Vanja Zander, Joachim Latsch and Oliver Staadt

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Animation and Simulation
A Particle-based Dissolution Model using Chemical Collision Energy
Min Jiang, Richard Southern and Jian Jun Zhang

Best PhD Project Award


Monoscopic Automotive Ego-motion Estimation and Cyclist Tracking
Johannes Gräter and Martin Lauer

GRAPP 2014

Best Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
Shape Transformation of Multidimensional Density Functions using Distribution Interpolation of the Radon Transforms
Márton József Tóth and Balázs Csébfavi

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
Floor Plan Generation and Room Labeling of Indoor Environments from Laser Range Data
Eric Turner and Avideh Zakhor

GRAPP 2013

Best Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
Rotationally Invariant 3D Shape Contexts using Asymmetry Patterns
Federico M. Sukno, John L. Waddington and Paul F. Whelan

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Interactive Environments
DAAPMed: A Data-aware Anchor Point Selection Tool for Medical Models in VR Environments
Eva Monclús Lahoya, Pere-Pau Vázquez and Isabel Navazo Álvaro

GRAPP 2012

Best Paper Award


Area: Interactive Environments
AN OCCLUSION-AWARE AR AUTHORING TOOL FOR ASSEMBLY AND REPAIR TASKS
Jesús Gimeno, Pedro Morillo, Juan Manuel Orduña and Marcos Fernández

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Animation and Simulation
VISUAL SIMULATION OF MAGNETIC FLUIDS
Tomokazu Ishikawa, Yonghao Yue, Kei Iwasaki, Yoshinori Dobashi and Tomoyuki Nishita

GRAPP 2011

Best Paper Award


OUTDOOR ILLUMINATION ESTIMATION IN IMAGE SEQUENCES FOR AUGMENTED REALITY
Claus B. Madsen and Brajesh B. Lal

GRAPP 2010

Best Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
PROJECTED GAUSS–SEIDEL SUBSPACE MINIMIZATION METHOD FOR INTERACTIVE RIGID BODY DYNAMICS - Improving Animation Quality using a Projected Gauss–Seidel Subspace Minimization Method
Morten Silcowitz, Sarah Niebe and Kenny Erleben

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Animation and Simulation
CHANGE-POINT DETECTION ON THE LIE GROUP SE(3) FOR SEGMENTING GESTURE-DEFINED SPATIAL RIGID MOTION
Loic Merckel and Toyoaki Nishida

GRAPP 2009

Best Paper Award


Area: Rendering
AN INVERSE PROBLEM APPROACH TO BRDF MODELING
Kei Iwasaki, Yoshinori Dobashi, Fujiichi Yoshimoto and Tomoyuki Nishita

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Geometry and Modeling
FACIAL NORMAL MAP CAPTURE USING FOUR LIGHTS - An Effective and Inexpensive Method of Capturing the Fine Scale Detail of Human Faces using Four Point Lights
Jasenko Zivanov, Pascal Paysan and Thomas Vetter

GRAPP 2008

Best Paper Award
AUGMENTING 3D CITY MODELS WITH VISUALIZATION OF REAL-TIME METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENA
Frank Steinicke, Jörg Mensmann, Klaus Hinrichs, Jan de Buhr, Kai Rothaus and Antonio Krüger

Best Student Paper Award
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BOUNDING BOX ALGORITHMS
Darko Dimitrov, Mathias Holst, Christian Knauer and Klaus Kriegel

GRAPP 2007

Best Paper Award
MODELING DENDRITIC SHAPES - Using Path Planning
Ling Xu and David Mould

Best Student Paper Award
ORTHANT NEIGHBORHOOD GRAPHS - A Decentralized Approach for Proximity Queries in Dynamic Point Sets
Tobias Germer and Thomas Strothotte

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