Graduate Seminar Media Informatics, Winter Term 2017/18

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

All interested students and colleagues are warmly welcomed to join us for these occasions. We also recommend that our future graduate students attend the presentations.

The talks take 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 is updated throughout the semester.

Schedule: Winter Term 2017/18

Thursday, 1st March 2018 - 1PM

8Bit Horror: Effects of Quality-Coherence Between Audio and Visuals in Horror-Based Games

Jakub Kuspiel

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers.

This presentation will be held in room O27-2203!

Thursday, 15th February 2018 - 16:00 o'clock

Final Presentation Project Serious Games

Presentation of the projects in O28/1002.

Sonic Fox
Joel Wochele, Roshan Poudval, David Restrepo, Isabella Steppich

Molecules
Oriol Miro-Barcelo, Patrick Bieniek, Shashank Rao, Michael Steck

Journey through the Brain
Jana Bühler, Simon Besenthal, Nadine Harsch, Jonathan Eisenbeiss

Wednesday, 24th January 2018 - 12:30 PM

3D-Modellierung von Patientenlagerungssystemen für Linearbeschleuniger

 

David Neuscheler

Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Julian Kreiser and Prof. Dr Ropinski.

Thursday, 18th January 2018 - 9 AM

Triggering Adaptivity via Biofeedback in Survival Horror Games

Benjamin Nuding

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers.

Thursday, 21st December 2017 - 9 AM

Exploring Physicality and Audio in an Echo-Based Virtual Reality Game

Jana Funke

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers.

Wednesday, 20st December 2017 - 10 AM

Interactive Visual Trend Analysis of TVCG Articles

Presentation of a master thesis by Imran Mehomood, supervised by Christian van Onzenoodt and Prof. Ropinski.

Thursday, 14th December 2017 - 10 AM

Reconstructing 3D Volumes from 2D X-Rays Using Deep Learning

Presentation of a master thesis by Philipp Henzler

This thesis project has been supervised by Prof. Dr Timo Ropinski und Prof. Dr Tobias Ritschel.

Tuesday, 5th December 2017 - 9:15 AM

The Effects of Narrative Perspective in Adventure Games

Miriam Gessler

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers.

This presentation will be held in room O27-121!

Tuesday, 5th December 2017 - 9:40 AM

Deception FX: The Effect of Auditive Signaling on Player Behavior

Tobias Lahmann

Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers.

This presentation will be held in room O27-121!

Wednesday, 8th November 2017 - 10 AM

Radar data visualization to enhance scene comprehension

Presentation of a master thesis by Andreas Schmid

This thesis project has been supervised by Julian Kreiser und Prof. Dr. Ropinski.

Thursday, 12th October 2017, 15:00h

Snaptouch: Concept and Implementation of a Flexible Multi-Location Touch Input Band

Presentation of a master thesis by Tobias Arnold

Interaktionstechnik zum Informationsaustausch mit alltäglichen Schnittstellen mit Hilfe eines am Handgelenk getragenen Tokens

Presentation of a bachelor thesis by Kai Freissler

Both thesis projects have been supervised by David Dobbelstein and Prof. Dr Rukzio.

Organisational Details

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RoomO27 / 331