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Student Projects


Semester, Bachelor and Master Theses

We are working on a large variety of topics in the field of computer graphics and related areas: Physics-based animation, rendering, geometric modeling, computational materials, computer-aided learning, medical simulations, display technology, as well as image and video-based techniques. Check our project pages at CGL and Disney Research for more information.

If you are looking for a semester, bachelor or master thesis in our lab, take a look at our current offers listed below. Although we try to keep this page up-to-date, there might be other projects available. Therefore, if you have an interest in computer graphics and you are searching for a project, just come and talk to us.

In case you are interested in a project, or if you have own ideas, just drop by, we are always looking for interested students. To schedule a first meeting where we can discuss relevant projects, please contact the thesis coordinator (cgl-thesis@inf.ethz.ch).

General guidelines for theses at CGL are available here

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