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 | Name | Project | Topic | | Name | Project | Topic |
 +| Christoph Kick | Master's Thesis | "Cook-Torrance BRDF and Surface Geometry recovery under Near-Light Illumination" |
 | [[members:brahimi|Mohammed Brahimi]] | Master's Thesis | "Theoretical Analysis of the GBR and Lorentz Ambiguity of Uncalibrated Photometric Stereo" | | [[members:brahimi|Mohammed Brahimi]] | Master's Thesis | "Theoretical Analysis of the GBR and Lorentz Ambiguity of Uncalibrated Photometric Stereo" |
 | Christoph Kick | Interdisciplinary Project in Mathematics | "Reflectance and geometry estimation using nonlinear optimization of the Cook-Torrance model" | | Christoph Kick | Interdisciplinary Project in Mathematics | "Reflectance and geometry estimation using nonlinear optimization of the Cook-Torrance model" |

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