I truly believe all Computer Science papers should be accompanied with their corresponding source code so other researchers can replicate their results. For further reasons please take a look at Prof. LeVeque's short paper on this matter here.

As soon as new research I'm working on gets published, I'll post a link to its code here, or on my github.

Supervised Theses
Design, construction and programming of an automated positioning platform for the calibration of imaging systems
M. Weber
Bachelor Thesis, TU Darmstadt, 2016
Project website
SalNet360: Saliency Maps for Omni-directional Images with CNN
R. Monroy, S. Lutz, T. Chalasani, A. Smolic
Signal Processing: Image Communication, 2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.image.2018.05.005 | arXiv Preprint | Source Code
Acceleration of 3D Mass Digitization Processes: Recent Advances and Challenges
S. Poulakos, R. Monroy, T. Aydin, O. Wang, A. Smolic, M. Gross
Mixed Reality and Gamification for Cultural Heritage, 2017
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-49607-8_4
A Computational Model for Perception of Stereoscopic Window Violations
P. Santos, M. Ritz, C. Fuhrmann, R. Monroy, H. Schmedt, R. Tausch, M. Domajnko, M. Knuth, D. Fellner
QoMEX 2015
DOI: 10.1109/QoMEX.2015.7148125
CultLab3D - On the verge of 3D mass digitization
P. Santos, M. Ritz, R. Tausch, H. Schmedt, R. Monroy, O. Posniak, C. Fuhrmann, D. Fellner
GCH 2014
DOI: 10.2312/gch.20141305
Disparity-aware Stereo 3D Production Tools
A. Smolic, S. Poulakos, S. Heinzle, P. Greisen, M. Lang, A. Hornung, M. Farre, N. Stefanoski, O. Wang, L. Schnyder, R. Monroy, M. Gross
CVMP 2011
DOI: 10.1109/CVMP.2011.25