Georg Glaeser

The lecture is about theory and the numerous appilcations of geometry.The seminar delves deeper into the subjects of the course. Students have the chance to select several of these subjects, to research them further,and to present their results. A special emphasis is put on the ability to express oneself using geometrically correct terminology, on the clarity of theideas presented, and… 2018W/2019S, Vorlesungen

Georg Glaeser

The lecture is about theory and the numerous appilcations of geometry.The seminar delves deeper into the subjects of the course. Students have the chance to select several of these subjects, to research them further,and to present their results. A special emphasis is put on the ability to express oneself using geometrically correct terminology, on the clarity of theideas presented, and… 2018W, Seminar

Georg Glaeser

The seminare is about theory and the numerous appilcations of geometry.The seminar delves deeper into the subjects of the course. Students have the chance to select several of these subjects, to research them further,and to present their results. A special emphasis is put on the ability to express oneself using geometrically correct terminology, on the clarity of theideas presented, and… 2019S, Übungen

Georg Glaeser

This lecture is different from standard lectures about mathematics. Its aim is primarily to solidify A-level mathematical knowledge and to be able to put theory into practice. For this reason, it will not include the typical definition - theorem - proof strategy. The book "Math Tools -- 500+ Applications in Science and Arts" (German version: "Der mathematische Werkzeugkasten -- Anwendungen… 2018W, Vorlesungen

Boris Odehnal

Contents: geometrically correct sketches and images of basic objects geometric primitives, geometric transformations axonometric views and perspective views Aim of this course: Students should be able to make proper images of geometric objects in an efficient way. 2018W/2019S, Übungen

Sibylle Spann-Birk

Aims and contents: > projections and mappings > construction with ruler and compass, sketching and free-hand drawing > coordinate systems > correct visibilty > drawing and reading special types of projections (parallel projections - oblique and orthogonal) > construction in images (intersections, shadows) > simple surfaces of revolution and their properties > construction of points and tangents of intersection curves,… 2018W/2019S, Vorlesung und Übungen

Markus Roskar

This course is based on the course in winterterm. It focuses on depiction of ensembles and their environent even more . Teaching contents are: geometrization of landscape, uncommon points of view, reflecting water, planting, integrating figures. 2018W/2019S, Übungen

Markus Roskar

The course is based on the contents of the lectures in winter term. It puts over various techniques to communicate threedimensional shapes. Teaching contents are: additive and subtractive sketching, using cross sections, grids, plane- und space curves, mirroring, shadows. 2018W/2019S, Übungen

Piotr Calvache-Modla

This English-language course continues directly where Introduction to Programming left off, which introduced students into the world of Processing-based graphics programming. It is popular among students of architecture, industrial design, graphics design, and art & science. In general, anyone who is interested in this topic is welcome. The course aims to build programming knowledge from the ground up, assuming some… 2019S, Vorlesung und Übungen

Piotr Calvache-Modla

This course teaches the principles of computer programming based on the Processing graphics platform. Its official website http://processing.org contains numerous examples that illustrate its practical usage. We will continue exploring topics of graphics programming that we have touched upon during "Introduction to Programming" and "Graphics Programming I". This third semester will focus specifically on the fundamentals of object-oriented programming and… 2018W, Vorlesung und Übungen

Piotr Calvache-Modla

This English-language course introduces students into the world of programming in general, and of Processing-based graphics programming in particular. It is popular among students of architecture, industrial design, graphics design, and art & science. In general, anyone who is interested in this topic is welcome. The course aims to build programming knowledge from the ground up. We spend a lot… 2018W, Vorlesung und Übungen

Georg Glaeser

This interactive course is aimed at students who are not taking the "main" Applied Geometry lecture (mandatory course for architecture and industrial design), providing an informal introudction to the world of Geometry. The course will focus on axonometric projections and perspectives of cuboids and prisms, cylinders and cones, training participants to recognise such components in more complex forms. See also… 2018W, Übungen

Markus Roskar

The lectures focus on the depiction of certain surfaces and qualities. Teaching contents are: value and hue, passive and reflective highlights, matt and glossy surfaces, metall, plastic, texture, transparency, reflection. 2018W/2019S, Übungen

Georg Glaeser

In this course, students will learn the most important notations and shorthand symbols. Mechanical drawing has its own rules, which do not always coincide with the rules of Descriptive Geometry but are nevertheless well-conceived and useful. Even in times of computer-assisted 3D rendering, mechanical drawing is nonetheless important. For one, it is only possible to read and interpret older plans… 2018W, Vorlesungen

Georg Glaeser

2019S, Vorlesungen

Georg Glaeser

2019S, Übungen

Georg Glaeser

In this seminar, we tackle contemporary subjects with help from elementary, mathematical, but also geometrical and physical insights. Students are encouraged to develop an interconnected way of thinking based on the natural sciences. The practice allows students to devote themselves to a specifically chosen subject while receiving scientific, individual mentoring. This is not a compulsory subject! 2018W/2019S, Seminar

Günter Wallner

The course provides an introduction to the 3D software MAYA. Topics include: modelling skeletons animation skinning texturing lights & rendering 2018W/2019S, Übungen

Georg Glaeser

2018W/2019S, Privatissimum

Piotr Calvache-Modla

This course teaches techniques of computer programming that are specifically useful for architects. It combines the following broad topics: Graphics Programming via Processing / Java (http://www.processing.org) Rhino / Grasshopper Component Development via C# Exchanging information between these systems During the semester, we will integrate these various systems so that we may leverage the different functionalities programmatically. 2019S, Vorlesung und Übungen