Research Trends in Media Informatics (Seminar)
Media Informatics is a broad field spanning many research directions and topics. The Internet, Web 2.0, Social Networks, Ubiquitous Computing, Usability, Social Interaction, HCI, Privacy, Trust and new Security mechanisms are just a few examples. This seminar aims to provide an overview of different research directions and current challenges that are focus of active research around the world and at our institute.
|9:35||Keynote by Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio: |
Current and Future Research Topics of the Institute of Media Informatics
|11:15||Novel technologies for telepresence|
|12:15||Natural interaction with automotive human machine interfaces|
|14:00||Political participation through technology|
|14:30||Privacy in cloud computing|
|15:00||Computing technologies in developing countries|
|16:15||Persuasion, nudging and soft paternalism|
|17:00||Applications for tabletop interaction|
|17:30||3D printing: technology and applications|
|18:00||Closing Remarks & Best Paper Award|
|19:30||Social event (Gemütlicher Ausklang des Tages im Restaurant "Barfüßer Neu-Ulm")|
The conference will take place at "Villa Eberhardt", Heidenheimer Straße 80, 89075 Ulm
To successfully complete the seminar the following requirements have to be fulfilled:
- Written paper on a selected topic
6-8 pages, German or English (English preferred)
- Active participation
Active participation in peer reviews and discussions
20 minutes, German or English
The seminar organization and schedule follow the style of a typical technical conference. Participants prepare a full paper on a topic, which is then peer-reviewed by at least two other students. Participants then must integrate the reviewer comments before submitting their camera-ready version of the paper.
The seminar proceedings with all final papers will be published on Uni Ulm VTS.
|18.10.||Topic assignment and overview|
|4.11.||Submission paper proposal|
|5.-9.11.||Proposal discussion with adviser*|
|21.12.||Submission full paper|
|22.12.||Assignment of reviews|
|6.1.||Submission peer reviews|
|7.-11.1.||Discussion of required changes with adviser*|
|31.1.||Zen presentations - or how to avoid death by PowerPoint|
|3.2.||Submission camera ready version of paper|
|4.-22.2.||Discussion of presentation with adviser*|
All deadlines are hard deadlines. No extensions will be granted. All submissions via ILIAS.
Dates for plenary meetings can be discussed at the first meeting to suit individual schedules.
*Please make an individual appointment with your adviser beforehand.
|3D printing: technology and applications||Christopher Getschmann||Christian Winkler|
|Natural interaction with automotive HMI||Kathrin Osswald||Sven Reichel|
|Brain-computer interfaces||Katja Rogers||Christian Winkler|
|Augmenting the human body||Tobias Hirscher||Florian Schaub|
|Novel mobile payment methods||Till Fischer||B. Wiedersheim|
|Computing technologies in developing countries||Rainer Hochdorfer||Bastian Könings|
|Personalization in the car||Jan Musmann||Sven Reichel|
|Privacy issues in personalization||Lisa Adams||Bastian Könings|
|Media spaces in home and work environments||Jonathan Sondershaus||Julian Seifert|
|Privacy in cloud computing||Jan Siersch||B. Wiedersheim|
|Persuasion, nudging and soft paternalism||Katrin Hofer||Florian Schaub|
|Imaginary interfaces||Timo Bunscheit||Julian Seifert|
|Applications for tabletop interaction||Vera Müller||Julian Seifert|
|Political participation through technology||Nikolas Grottendieck||Florian Schaub|
|Head-mounted displays||David Jäckel||Christian Winkler|
|Novel technologies for telepresence||Jan Gugenheimer||Bastian Könings|
Capacity: 15 students
The seminar will be held as the RTMI13 mini-conference at the end of the semester.
Thu, 31 Jan | 9h st! | O27-331