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<div style="font-size:larger;">The Metalab is glad to invite everyone interested to '''Metaday #41 – Special Edition'''</div>
 
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: on Friday, '''April 29''' 2011, 19:30 ('''20:00''')<br />
 
: on Friday, '''April 29''' 2011, 19:30 ('''20:00''')<br />

Version vom 22. April 2011, 02:14 Uhr

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The Metalab is glad to invite everyone interested to Metaday #41 – Special Edition


on Friday, April 29 2011, 19:30 (20:00)
at Metalab, Rathausstraße 6, downtown Vienna close to the city hall – free entry


Fun with 3D Printing Technology

Herbert Edelsbrunner
 
Lecturer:    Herbert Edelsbrunner
http://www.cs.duke.edu/~edels/


With geometric software and a three-dimensional printer, it is remarkably easy to create or manufacture interesting 3-dimensional shapes. In the past, I used this technology to create novel mathematical shapes, model the structure of proteins, and recreate everyday artifacts. This talk will discuss some of the mathematical and computational background and use images and 3D prints as illustrations.


Speaker: Herbert Edelsbrunner was born in Graz 1958. He studied Technical Mathematics at the Graz University of Technology. Herbert is considered to be one of the leading researchers in computational geometry and the founding father and a leading figure in computational topology. He is Professor at IST Austria, Professor at Duke University, and Co-founder of the successful software company Geomagic.

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