Stefan Ohrhallinger

Projektass.(FWF) Dr.
ohrhallinger [at] cg.tuwien.ac.at
Function:
  • Scientist
+43-1-58801-18659
HD0523

Function

  • Post-Doctoral Researcher, located in room HD 05 23, see map

Acquired Projects

2020 - 2024: Modeling the World at Scale (WWTF): €578k.
2019 - 2022: Superhumans: Walking Through Walls (FWF): €333k.
2016 - 2020: Real-Time Shape Acquisition with Sensor-Specific Precision (FWF): €318k.
2014 - 2016: Participation and co-organization in Harvest4D (EU, 7th Framework Programme).

Job Offers

  • Please contact me if you are interested in one of my topics (see below, paid up to €1000, contact me for details) or want to propose your own

Teaching

Interests

  • Point-based Graphics
  • Surface Reconstruction
  • Mesh Resampling
  • Virtual/Augmented Reality
  • Using Depth from Sensors

Biography

Stefan Ohrhallinger is a Postdoc researcher at the Institute of Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology at TU Wien, Austria. He graduated with a Master of Business Informatics (Wirtschaftsinformatik) in 1997 from Johannes-Kepler University Linz, Austria. From 1990 to 2009 he developed software for various projects in Austria, the United States and Canada, e.g. as the software architect for the Zentrales Melderegister (Central Population Register) for the Ministery of Interior, Austria.

In 2013 he obtained his PhD from Concordia University, Montréal, Canada. Since October 2012 he is a research associate at TU Wien, working mainly on surface reconstruction, geometry processing and point-based graphics. He has reviewed for major conferences and journals in Computer Graphics, including TOG, TVCG, SGP, CAG, EGPGV, GI, Sensors, and served on the IPCs of GCH'18 and Eurographics'21. He will serve as Co-located Events Chair for Eurographics'21 in Vienna.

Topics for Projects and Theses

Title Type Persons
NEW €1000 CycleSafely BA, PR, DA 1-3
€1000 Immersive Redesign BA, PR, DA 1-3

Courses in the current semester

Publications

16 Publications found:
Image Bib Reference Publication Type
2021
Mohamed Radwan, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer
Fast occlusion-based point cloud exploration
The Visual Computer Journal, 37:2769-2781, September 2021.
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Jiju Peethambaran, Amal Dev Parakkat, Tamal K Dey, Ramanathan Muthuganapathy
2D Points Curve Reconstruction Survey and Benchmark
Computer Graphics Forum, 1:1-1, March 2021. [paper] [Website]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
2020
Markus Schütz, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer
Fast Out-of-Core Octree Generation for Massive Point Clouds
Computer Graphics Forum, 39(7):1-13, November 2020. [paper]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Philipp Erler, Paul Guerrero, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer, Niloy Mitra
Points2Surf: Learning Implicit Surfaces from Point Clouds
In Computer Vision -- ECCV 2020, pages 108-124. October 2020.
[points2surf_paper] [short video]
Conference Paper
Kurt Leimer, Andreas Winkler, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Przemyslaw Musialski
Pose to Seat: Automated design of body-supporting surfaces
Computer Aided Geometric Design, 79:1-1, April 2020. [image] [Paper] [paper]
Journal Paper (without talk)
2019
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer
FitConnect: Connecting Noisy 2D Samples by Fitted Neighborhoods
Computer Graphics Forum, 38(1):126-137, February 2019. [paper] [Replicability Source Code]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Adam Celarek
X-Mas Card 2019
[image] [pdf]
X-Mas Card
2018
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer
StretchDenoise: Parametric Curve Reconstruction with Guarantees by Separating Connectivity from Residual Uncertainty of Samples
In Proceedings of Pacific Graphics 2018, pages 1-4. August 2018.
[image] [paper] [Extended version] [source]
Conference Paper
2017
Mohamed Radwan, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Elmar Eisemann, Michael Wimmer
Cut and Paint: Occlusion-Aware Subset Selection for Surface Processing
In Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2017, pages 82-89. May 2017.
[paper]
Conference Paper
2016
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Scott A. Mitchell, Michael Wimmer
Curve Reconstruction with Many Fewer Samples
Computer Graphics Forum, 35(5):167-176, 2016. [paper] [slides] [Reproducibility Source Code]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
2014
Mohamed Radwan, Stefan Ohrhallinger, Michael Wimmer
Efficient Collision Detection While Rendering Dynamic Point Clouds
In Proceedings of the 2014 Graphics Interface Conference, pages 25-33. May 2014.
[paper] [slides]
Conference Paper
2013
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Sudhir Mudur
An Efficient Algorithm for Determining an Aesthetic Shape Connecting Unorganised 2D Points
Computer Graphics Forum, 32(8):72-88, December 2013. [paper] [slides-ODP] [slides-PDF] [source code]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Sudhir Mudur, Michael Wimmer
Minimizing Edge Length to Connect Sparsely Sampled Unorganized Point Sets
Computers & Graphics (Proceedings of Shape Modeling International 2013), 37(6):645-658, October 2013. [paper] [slides] [source and binaries]
Journal Paper with Conference Talk
2012
Stefan Ohrhallinger
The Intrinsic Shape of Point Clouds
Supervisor: Sudhir Mudur
Duration: Sep 2006 - Jul 2012
[Phd-Thesis]
PhD-Thesis
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Sudhir Mudur
Minimising Longest Edge for Closed Surface Construction from Unorganised 3D Point Sets
Poster shown at Eurographics 2012 (Best Poster Award) (13. May 2012-18. May 2012) In Poster Proceedings , pages 25-26.
[paper] [poster]
Poster
2011
Stefan Ohrhallinger, Sudhir Mudur
Interpolating an unorganized 2D point cloud with a single closed shape
Computer-Aided Design, 43(1):1629-1638, January 2011. [paper]
Journal Paper (without talk)
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