Graduate Seminar Media Informatics, Summer Term 2019

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 2019

Thursday 18th July 2019 - 2 pm

Music over Time: How does video game music affect the player experience over time
Viet Duc Vu
Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers and Prof. Dr. Michael Weber

Thursday, 26th July 2019 - 3 pm

3D City visualization as an augmentation to existing 2D map
Roshan Poudyal
Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Sebastian Hartwig, Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 11th June 2019 - 9 am

Combining Interactive Exploration and Search for Navigating Academic Citation Data
David Schmid
Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Christian van Onzenoodt, David Meißner, Prof. Dr. Birte Glimm, and Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski

Tuesday, 28th May 2019 - 12:15h

Measuring Vergence Errors in Real and Virtual Environments
Ly Nguyen
Presentation of a master thesis, supervised by Teresa Hirzle and Prof. Dr Rukzio

Thursday, 23rd May - 11 am

Visualizing Point Cloud Data Using Augmented Reality
Ali Kanat
Presentation of a Masterthesis, supervised by Sebastian Hartwig and Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski

Monday, 13th May 2019 - 11:00h

Investigating use of Voice Assistants in public space 
Aman Tiwari
Presentation of a Masterthesis, supervised by Gabriel Haas and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, April 16th 2019 - 15:00h

Grid-based fluid simulation 
Simon der Kinderen
Vorstellung einer Bachelorarbeit, betreut von Sebastian Maisch und Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski

Monday, 15th April 2019 - 9 pm

Effects of Background Music: Time Perception in Virtual Reality
Maximilian Milo
Presentation of a bachelor thesis, supervised by Katja Rogers and Prof. Dr-Ing. Michael Weber

Organisational Details

Datesee individual announcement
RoomO27 / 331