Marc Alexa

TU Berlin

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Marc Alexa

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****@tu-berlin.de

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
TU Berlin (tu-berlin.de)
2010Present
 
Associate Professor
TU Berlin (tu-berlin.de)
20052010
 
Assistant Professor
TU Darmstadt (tu-darmstadt.de)
20022005
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
James Tompkin
****@seas.harvard.edu
20112015
 
Coauthor
Hanspeter Pfister
****@seas.harvard.edu
20042015
 
Coauthor
Adam Finkelstein
****@cs.princeton.edu
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jan Kautz
****@cs.ucl.ac.uk
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jan Kautz
****@nvidia.com
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jose Saavedra
****@orand.cl
20112014
 
Coauthor
Arjan Kuijper
****@igd.fraunhofer.de
20112014
 
Coauthor
Sara Mcmains
****@berkeley.edu
20112014
 
Coauthor
James Hays
****@cs.brown.edu
20112014
 
Coauthor
James Tompkin
****@mpi-inf.mpg.de
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jan Kautz
****@ucl.ac.uk
20112014
 
Coauthor
Jose Saavedra
****@orand.cl
20112014
 
Coauthor
Tamy Boubekeur
****@telecom-paristech.fr
20082014
 

Expertise

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geometry processing
2002Present