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TUM Department of Informatics
Technical University of Munich

Technical University of Munich



Material Page: An Overview of Methods for Accurate Geometry Reconstruction

General Information

Dear Students, we are happy that you joined this seminar and we are looking forward to interesting papers, presentations, and discussions! Any minute spent on organization, e.g. setting up meetings, asking for slides to be sent, etc., is a minute that could have been spent on discussing science, therefore, we try to keep the organization at bay. Please carefully follow the instructions below - Thank You :)

Most information can be found on this webpage and in the pre-meeting slides. Please read those carefully, thanks. The password to access all of the files and folders linked below is the same as for this material page.


Student names are abbreviated by the first letters of the first name and family name, respectively.

Date Number Student Paper Supervisor
TODOs for you

Please respect the time limit for meetings and submission. We will check the date and time of your submission.


  • Set up a meeting for paper discussion one month before your talk.
  • Set up a meeting for slides discussion one or two weeks before your talk.


Your presentation number is the zero-padded, two-digit number of your presentation within the order of all presentations. The first student to give a presentation has 01. Please prefix all your document names with your presentation number!

Additional Material
  • Final reports should be written in LaTeX using the provided template.
  • You can find videos demonstrating some of the papers by searching for the paper titles e.g. on YouTube.
  • TUM offers presentation templates using the TUM Corporate Design. You can (but don't have to) use them for your presentation.

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