We develop geometric and numerical algorithms for problems in computer animation, geometry processing, and computational physics. Our latest research develops efficient and robust numerical algorithms for simulating fluid dynamics and controlling large-scale physics simulations.
The research of the group focuses on questions in combinatorial and computational geometry and topology.
The cryptography group at IST Austria works on theoretical and practical aspects of cryptography and information security. We develop and analyze cryptographic primitives and protocols.
Our research groups works on algorithmic and theoretical questions of machine learning, in particular transfer learning, and computer vision, in particular natural scene understanding.
The Kolmogorov group works on various aspects of discrete optimization, including development of new algorithms, understanding complexities of different classes of optimization problems, and some applications.
The Henzinger group invents mathematical methods and develops computational tools for improving the reliability of software in concurrent and embedded systems.
Herbert Edelsbrunner’s research evolved from algorithms and data structures to computational geometry and later to computational topology.
The Chatterjee group is interested in the theoretical foundations of game theory and formal verification.
Our group is interested in computer graphics and its overlap into animation, biomechanics, material science, and digital fabrication. Our main research objective is to push the boundaries of how digital content can be efficiently created, simulated, and reproduced with advanced manufacturing devices.
My research focuses on distributed algorithms and concurrent data structures, and spans from theoretical topics such as algorithms and lower bounds, to practical implementations. Currently, our main research objective is develop new theory, algorithms, and systems for scalable machine learning.