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Anja Schäfer

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Dipl.-Math. Anja Schäfer
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR)
Heidelberg University
Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Room: 531
E-mail: Anja.Schaefer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de
Phone: +49 (0)6221 - 54 8861


Research interests

  • SQP methods
  • Nonlinear Programs (NLP)
  • Automation and Optimization of 3D puzzles
  • 3D scanning of artefacts


Talks

2013

  • 4. Workshop der AG CAA, 2013, Berlin
    Ein automatisches und virtuelles 3D Puzzle von Khmer Tempeln im Angkorstil

  • Scientific Computing and Cultural Heritage 2013, Heidelberg
    A Semi-Automated 3D Puzzle on Khmer Temples from the Angkorian Period

  • Annual Colloquium HGS MathComp 2013, Speyer
    Reviving the Past: How to teach a computer to automatically reassemble collapsed templesides (Best Talk Award)

  • Publications

    2011

    • Anja Schäfer, Hubert Mara, Julia Freudenreich, Bernd Breuckmann, Christiane Düffort, Georg Bock:
      Large Scale Angkor Style Reliefs: High Definition 3D Acquisition and Improved Visualization using Local Feature Estimation,
      in: Proceedings of CAA 2011 Conference, Beijing, China, April 12-16th, 2011
    • Julia Freudenreich, Anja Schäfer, Pheakdey Nguonphan, Michael Winckler, Georg Bock:
      Close Range Architecture Documentation Of Angkor Style Temples,
      in: Proceedings of DMACH 2011 Conference, Amman, Jordan, March 13-15th, 2011

    2010

    • Anja Schäfer, Hubert Mara, Julia Freudenreich, Susanne Krömker, Georg Bock:
      Visualization and Documentation of Weathered Bas-Reliefs using Close-Range 3D-Scanners;
      Seventh International Conference on Science and Technology in Archaeology and Conservation
      and the Workshop on Documentation and Conservation of Stone deterioration in Heritage Places,
      Petra, Jordan, December 7-12th, 2010

    2009

    • Anja Schäfer: On scaling techniques and termination criteria for SQP methods,
      Diploma Thesis, Heidelberg University, 2009


    Short Curriculum Vitae

    
    since 05/2011:	Scolarship Holder and Member of the Heidelberg Graduate School 
    of Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences (HGS MathComp), Heidelberg University, Germany.
    05/2011: Graduation in Mathematics and History (Erstes Staatsexamen) at Heidelberg University, Germany.
    09/2010: Graduation in Mathematics (Diploma, minor subject: Computer Science) at Heidelberg University, Germany. Thesis "On scaling techniques and termination criteria for SQP methods".
    since 2007: Research assistant in Assyriology at Heidelberg University, Germany (2010 - 2012). Research assistant in Visualization and Numerical Geometry Group (vNGG) at Heidelberg University, Germany (2009 - 2010). Research assistant in Simulation and Opimization Group at Heidelberg University, Germany (2007 - 2009).
    2003 - 2011: Studies of Mathematics and Computer Science at Freiburg University and Heidelberg University, Germany. Studies of Mathematics and History for secondary school teaching degree
    at Freiburg University and Heidelberg University, Germany. Studies abroad: 08/2005 - 01/2006 at Gothenburg University, Sweden.
    05/2003: Abitur at Adolf-Schmitthenner-Gymnasium, Neckarbischofsheim. back


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