Graduate Seminar Medien Informatics, Summer Term 2018

The graduate seminar is dedicated to give an opportunity to our bachelor and master students to present the results of their research.

All interested students and colleagues are warmly welcomed to join us on occasion. We also recommend to attend the presentations to our future graduate students.

The talks will take up twenty minutes approximately in case of master theses and fifteen minutes for bachelor theses. It is followed by an academic discussion.

The following list of events will be currently updated throughout the semester.

Programme, Summer Term 2018

Friday, 03rd August 2018 - 12:30h

Identification, Investigation and Classification of Use Cases for Cooperation in Highly Autonomous Driving and the Applicability thereof

Mark Colley

Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Marcel Walch, Prof. Michael Weber, and Prof. Martin Baumann

Thursday, 19th July 2018 - 15:00h

A Unity Framework for Repurposing Traditional Input Devices in Highly Automated Cooperative Driving

Luis Beaucamp

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Marcel Walch and Prof. Michael Weber

Donnerstag, 21. Juni 2018 - 10:00 Uhr

Exploring Hand-Tracking and Smartwatch-Based Pointing in Virtual Reality

Suhasaleem Holalkere

Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Dennis Wolf, Prof Rukzio und Prof Ropinski

Thursday, 21th June 2018 - 09:15h

Extending the input expressiveness of smartwatches through unobtrusive indirect interaction

Patrick Szauer

Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by David Dobbelstein und Prof. Enrico Rukzio

Friday, 4th May 2018 - 15:00h

Effekte Emotionsbasierter Adaptivität durch Dialogbasierte Selbstreports in Onlinespielen

Fabian Fischbach

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Julian Frommel and Prof. Michael Weber

Thursday, 3rd May 2018 - 9:00h

FiRe: Redirecting Fingers to Enable Haptic Feedback in Virtual Reality

Alexander Stahl

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Michael Rietzler and Prof. Enrico Rukzio

 

Comparison of object detection methods in the context of an origami folding assistant application for AR glasses

Pascal Jansen

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Gabriel Haas and Prof. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 17th July 2018 - 15:30

C-AR: Improving Situational Awareness and Takeover Procedures for Automated Driving Level 3 through Multi-User Augmented Reality Applications

David Klein

Presentation of a  master thesis, supervised by Dennis Wolf, Prof. Rukzio and Prof. Ropinski

Wednesday, 18th April 2018 - 10:00h

Design, Implementation and Assessment of Different Approaches in Human-Machine Interaction with Multiple Digital Assistants in an In-Vehicle Environment

Matthias Mak

Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Marcel Walch and Prof. Enrico Rukzio

Organisational Details

Datesee individual announcement
RoomO27 / 331