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Junior Fellows

Eurographics Junior Fellows are young researchers (PhD degree obtained no more than eight years ago) from all over the world who have already made significant contributions to the field of computer graphics, or to the Eurographics Association.

Each year, new Junior Fellows are elected by one of two means: Researchers who are awarded the Eurographics Young Researcher Award or the EuroVis Young Researcher Award automatically become Junior Fellows; additionally, the Junior Fellows elect two new members through a voting procedure. Researchers are Junior Fellows for a maximum of five years. When the Junior Fellows were created, in 2017, the Eurographics Young Researcher awardees of the past four years were recognized as Junior Fellows.

Any inquiries or comments can be directed to the current Junior Fellows Chair: Marcel Campen

EUROGRAPHICS JUNIOR FELLOWS TIMELINE

 

2019

Benjamin Bach (2019-2024, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2019)

Piotr Didyk (2019-2024, elected by the Junior Fellows)

Matthias Niessner (2019-2024, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2019)

Mélina Skouras (2019-2024, elected by the Junior Fellows)

Cagatay Turkay (2019-2024, EuroVis Young Researcher Award 2019)

2018

Thabo Beeler (2018-2023, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2018)

Fabian Beck (2018-2023, EuroVis Young Researcher Award 2018)

Bernd Bickel (2018-2023, elected by the Junior Fellows)

Sofien Bouaziz (2018-2023, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2018)

Marcel Campen (2018-2023, elected by the Junior Fellows)

Klaus Hildebrandt (2018-2023, elected by the Junior Fellows)

Amir Vaxman (2018-2023, elected by the Junior Fellows)

2017

Alec Jacobson (2017-2022, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2017)

Belen Masia (2017-2022, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2017)

David Bommes (2017-2021, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2016)

Wenzel Jakob (2017-2021, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2016)

Daniele Panozzo (2017-2020, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2015)

Chris Wojtan (2017-2020, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2015)

Maks Ovsjanikov (2017-2019, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2014)

Tobias Ritschel (2017-2019, Eurographics Young Researcher Award 2014)