We are a group of researchers broadly interested in the interaction between geometry and computer science: not only how machines can be used to understand shape, but also how geometry informs the way we do computation. Digital geometry processing plays a vital role in both engineering and scientific discovery, as well as in our everyday lives via emerging technologies like depth cameras and 3D printing. Likewise, insights from discrete differential geometry have in recent years unearthed computational paradigms surpassing the best-known schemes from traditional scientific computing and numerical analysis.
The Geometry Collective is comprised of individuals from a variety of disciplines. Current members include: