Fall School Lecturers
Herbert Edelsbrunner
is a professor
at IST Austria. His interests range from data structures
and algorithms to computational geometry and computational topology.
In 1996 he cofounded the company Geomagic. 


Dan Halperin
is a professor at Tel Aviv University. He is
interested in computational geometry and its applications,
robust geometric computing, robotics and automation, and 3D
printing. 
Tim Hoffmann
is a professor at TU Munich. His
fields of interest are
discrete differential geometry, visualization, discrete integrable systems,
and mathematical software. 


Helmut Pottmann
is a professor of geometry at TU Wien, and
head of the
Center for geometry and computational
design. His research is in geometry and its applications, most recently
in freeform architecture and computational design. 
Raman Sanyal
is a professor at
GoetheUniversität Frankfurt. His research is
in discrete and convex geometry (polyhedra, spectrahedra, hyperbolic
polynomials), combinatorics (arrangements, matroids), and optimization. 


Emo Welzl
is a professor at ETH Zürich.
His research is in
algorithms and data structures, in particular computational
geometry and applications, combinatorial models for optimization,
randomized methods, and discrete geometry. 
