The research carried out by the institute of media informatics aims at optimizing the dialog between human and computer. Therefore, we study mobile and distributed interaction scenarios as well as interactive visualization, data analysis and computer graphics algorithms. Our research results find application in consumer electronics, driver assistance systems, archaeology and biomedical visualization - just to name a few.
The teaching activities cover topics in the areas of human computer interaction, visualization, and computer graphics. In addition, we offer basic lectures adapted to the degree programme of media informatics.
The research is carried out in three research groups:
Disputation of PhD thesis by Jan Gugenheimer
Summer school: Deep Learning for Graphics and Visualization
PhD exposition/Brich, J. : "Games as a partner: Towards motivation-driven adaptation in digital games"
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Institute of Media Informatics