Hello, I’m Floor Verhoeven (pronounced somewhat midway ‘Flor’ and that thing you walk on). I am a PhD student at the Interactive Geometry Lab at ETH Zurich, and I am supervised by Prof. Dr. Olga Sorkine-Hornung. I have earned a BSc in Human Movement Sciences and a BSc in Computer Science, both from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. I have earned my MSc in Computer Science with a specialization in Visual Compputing at ETH Zurich.
I am interested in geometry problems that are related to digital fabrication as well as interactive modeling and shape editing. Research into practical algorithms for architectural and fashion design especially interest me.
When I’m not solving geometry problems in the lab you can find me fishing all over Europe, alone or with my teammates from the Dutch National Women’s Coarse Angling team.
- Dev2PQ: Planar Quadrilateral Strip Remeshing of Developable SurfacesarXiv 2021
- RodMesh: Two-handed 3D Surface Modeling in Virtual RealityIn Proceedings of the Symposium on Vision, Modeling and Visualization (VMV) 2019