1. Agrawala, M., Doantam, P., Heiser, J.,
Haymaker, J., Klingner, J., Hanrahan,
P., Tversky, B. Designing effective
step-by-step assembly instructions.
ACM Trans. Graph. (in Proceedings
of SIGGRAPH 2003),
22, 3 (2003),
2. Alexe, A., Barthe, L., Cani, M.,
Gaildrat, V. Shape modeling by
sketching using convolution surfaces.
in Proceedings of Pacific Graphics
3. Bradley, D., Popa, T., Sheffer, A.,
Heidrich, W., Boubekeur, T. Markerless
garment capture. ACM Trans. Comp.
Graph. (in Proceedings of SIGGRAPH
27, 3 (2007), 99.
4. Breen, D.e., House, D.H., Wozny,
M.J. Predicting the drape of woven
cloth using interacting particles.
in Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1994
5. Choi, K.-J., Ko, H.-S. Stable but
responsive cloth. ACM Trans. Graph.
(in Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2002),
21, 3 (2002), 81–97.
6. Decaudin, P., Julius, D., Wither, J.,
Boissieux, L., Sheffer, A., Cani, M.-P.
Virtual garments: A fully geometric
approach for clothing design. Comp.
Graph. Forum. (in Eurographics
25, 3 (2006),
7. Desbrun, M., Schroder, P., Barr, A.
interactive animation of structured
deformable objects. in Proceedings
of Graphics Interface 1999 (1999),
8. Grinspun, e., Krisl, P., Schroder, P.
CHARMS: A simple framework for
adaptive simulation. ACM Trans.
Graph. 21, 3 (2002), 281–290.
9. igarashi, T., Hughes, J.F. A
suggestive interface for 3D drawing.
14th Annual Symposium on User
Interface Software and Technology.
(in ACM UIST 2001) (2001),
10. igarashi, T., Hughes, J.F. Clothing
manipulation. 15th Annual
Symposium on User Interface
Software and Technology.
(in ACM UIST 2002) (2002), 91–100.
11. igarashi, T., Matsuoka, S., Tanaka,
H. Teddy: A sketching interface for
3D freeform design. ACM SIGGRAPH
1999 (1999), 409–416.
12. igarashi, T., Moscovich, T., Hughes,
J.F. As-rigid-as-possible shape
manipulation. ACM Trans. Comp.
Graph. (in ACM SIGGRAPH 2005),
24, 3 (2005), 1134–1141.
13. igarashi, Y., igarashi, T., Suzuki,
H. Knitty: 3D Modeling of Knitted
Animals with a Production.
Eurographics 2008 Annex to the
Conference Proceedings (iSSN
1017–4656) (2008), 187–190.
14. Julius, D., Kraevoy, V., Sheffer, A.
D-Charts: quasi developable mesh
segmentation. Comp. Graph. Forum.
(in Proceedings of Eurographics
24, 3 (2005), 981–990.
15. Masry, M., Lipson, H. A sketch-based interface for iterative
design and analysis of 3D objects.
in Proceedings of Eurographics
Workshop on Sketch-Based
Interfaces (2005), 109–118.
16. Mitani, J., Suzuki, H. Making
papercraft toys from meshes using
strip-based approximate unfolding.
ACM Trans. Graph 23, 3 (2004),
17. igarashi, Y., igarashi, T. Pillow:
interactive flattening of a 3D model
for plush toy design. Smart Graphics
2008. Lecture Notes in Computer
Science (LNCS) 5166, Springer-Verlag, 1–7.
18. Mori, Y., igarashi, T. Plushie: An
interactive design system for
plush toys. ACM Trans. Graph. (in
Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2007),
26, 3 (2007), 45.
The University of Tokyo
© 2009 ACM 0001-0782/09/1200 $10.00
19. Nealen, A., igarashi, T., Sorkine,
O., Alexa, M. FiberMesh: Designing
freeform surfaces with 3D curves,
ACM Trans. Comp. Graph. (in
Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2007),
3 (2007), 41.
20. Owada, S., Nielsen, F., Nakazawa, K.,
igarashi, T. A Sketching interface
for Modeling the internal Structures
of 3D Shapes, Smart Graphics 2003,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
(LNCS) 2733, Springer-Verlag, 49–57.
21. Schmidt, R., Wyvill, B., Sousa, M.C.,
Jorge., J.A. ShapeShop: Sketch-based solid modeling with Blob Trees.
2nd Eurographics Workshop on
Sketch-Based Interfaces and
Modeling (2005), 53–62.
22. Shatz, i., Tal, A., Leifman, G. Paper
craft models from meshes. The
Visual Computer. Int. J. Comp.
Graph. (in Proceedings of Pacific
22, 9 (2006),
23. Sheffer, A., Levy, B., Mogilnitsky,
M., Bogomyakov, A. ABF++: Fast
and robust angle based flattening.
ACM Trans. Graph. 24, 2 (2005),
The University of Tokyo, JS T/eRATO
Call for Ph.D. Students
The Graduate School at IST Austria invites applicants from all countries to its Ph.D. program.
IST Austria is a new institute located near Vienna dedicated to basic research in the natural sciences and related disciplines. The language of the Institute and the Graduate School is English.
The Ph.D. program combines advanced coursework and research, with a focus on Biology, Computer Science, and interdisciplinary areas. IST Austria offers internationally competitive Ph.D. salaries supporting 4-5 years of study. Applicants holding either a BS or MS degree are welcomed.
The Institute offers Ph.D. student positions with the following faculty:
Thomas A. Henzinger
Evolutionary Genetics, Mathematical Biology
Evolutionary Genetics, Experimental Evolution
Computer-aided Verification, Game Theory
Algorithms, Computational Geometry and Topology
Systems and Synthetic Biology
Cell and Developmental Biology, Biophysics
Computer-aided Verification, Concurrent and Embedded Systems
Additional faculty members will be announced on the IST website
www.ist.ac.at | To apply online visit
www.ist.ac.at/gradschool | For enquiries, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org | For students
wishing to enter the program in the fall of 2010, the deadline for applications is January 15, 2010.
IST Austria is committed to Equality and Diversity. In particular female applicants are encouraged to apply.