Prof. Gill Barequet
Gill Barequet (Ph.D. - Tel Aviv University, 1994), has been a member of the Technion's CS faculty since 1998. His main interest is discrete and computational geometry - an area which makes intensive use of theoretical fields, such as combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, etc., but also has a wide range of practical applications, such as computer-aided geometric design, solid modeling, computer graphics, medical imaging, etc.
Assistant Prof. Miri Ben-Chen
Miri Ben-Chen (Ph.D. - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, 2009), has been a member of the Technion's CS faculty since 2012. Her main interests include computer graphics, geometry processing, discrete differential geometry, conformal geometry and shape analysis and understanding.
Prof. Gershon Elber
Gershon Elber (Ph.D. - University of Utah, 1992), has been a member of the Technion's CS faculty since 1993. His main interests include geometric modeling and computer graphics using freeform geometry, including computation aspects, direct and non photorealistic rendering, Web-based geometry and visualization, and design and manufacturing.
Prof. Craig Gotsman
Craig Gotsman (Ph.D. - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1991), has been a member of the Technion's CS faculty since 1992. His main interests include computer graphics, geometry processing and Web-based graphics - optimizations for transmission and rendering, parametrization, meshing, morphing, visibility, and animation.