Subtitle: Proseminars ans Seminars

The following descriptions provide an overview of the proseminars and seminars offered by the institute of media informatics.

These courses are part of several study programmes at Ulm University.

The order of this enumeration is based on the distinction proseminar/seminar and within these categories in alphabetic order.

Please check if the courses are taught in the semester of your interest by looking at the overview pages per semester.

Proseminar Human-Computer Interaction

Einordnung

Computer Sciences B.Sc.
Mediainformatics 
B.Sc.
Software Engineering B.Sc.

  • FSPO 2014
    720 43
    /124 79
  • FSPO 2021
    745 13/145 13

Content

This proseminar leads to specific reseach topics of the research group human-computer interaction (HCI), for example mixed reality (VR/AR), augmented human, automotive ui, and personal fabrication. The student selects a topic which he/she has to coherently explained in an written essai and an oral presentation.

Please observe the semester wise  announcements of the institut of media informatics.

Proseminar Visual Computing

Einordnung

Computer Sciences B.Sc.
Media Informatics 
B.Sc.
Software Engineering B.Sc.

  • FSPO 2014
    42 03
    /142 03
  • FSPO 2021
    745 19/145 19
Collage: Proseminar Visual Computing

Content

The research group Visual Computing offers proseminars related to topics of its teaching activities and research areas. This emphasises areas such as data visualisation, computer graphics, and deep learning.

Please obsever the announcements of the institute of media informatics per semester to learn about the current foki.

Seminar Visual Computing/Research Trends in Visual Computing

Einordnung

Computer Science
Media Informatics

Software Engineering

  • B.Sc.
    FSPO 2014
    740 15/140 15
    FSPO 2017/21
    745 48/145 48
  • M.Sc.
    FSPO 2014
    742 18/142 18
    FSPO 2017/21
    745 76/145 76

The research group Visual Computing offers seminars based on its reseach topics. The series regularily contains topics of data visualisation, computer graphics, physically based rendering, and deep learning.

Please observe the announcements of the instituts of media informatics for the semester specific setting.

Seminar Research Trends in Media Informatics

Course Allocation

Computer Science
Media informatics
Software Engineering

  • B.Sc.
    FSPO 2014
    720 46/123 05
    FSPO 2017/21
    745 45/145 45
  • M.Sc.
    FSPO 2014
    720 46/123 05
    FSPO 2017/21
    745 75/145 75

Media informatics offers a variety of research fields and topics. The seminar focusses on contemporary research trends of human-computer interaction, including augmented reality, eye-based interaction, voice and listening based user interfaces, automotive user interfaces and serious games.
The seminar provides an overview of diverse perspectives and up to date challenges.

Please oberserve the current course description published at the semester based announcements of the institute of media informatics.

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