At the moment, we are preferably offering colloquia via video conferencing tools. Please contact the named supervisor to get to know how you may participate.
Graduate Seminar Media Informatics, Summer Term 2021
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 2021
Analyzing Synthesizer Presets with Neural Networks
Presentation of a Bachelor Thesis supervised by Alex Bäuerle and Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski
Generative Models for Order-Independent Point Clouds
Vorstellung einer Bachelorarbeit betreut von Dominik Engel und Prof. Dr. Timo Ropinski.
Visualizing Deep Reinforcement Learning
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Alex T. Bäuerle and Prof. Dr Timo Ropinski.
Evaluation of Voice Cloning as Part of a Multimodal Messenger
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Gabriel Haas und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
ConfiCake - Exploring Interactions with Parametric Design in the Context of Personalized Confectionery
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Evgeny Stemasov and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio.
SwiVR-Car-Seat: Utilizing a Motorized Swivel Seat to Explore Effects of Vehicle Motion on Interaction Quality in Virtual Reality Automated Driving
Master thesis presentation supervised by Mark Colley and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio.
User-Centric Exploration of In-Car Augmented Reality UI Concepts for See-Through Head-Mounted Displays
Master thesis presentation supervised by Mark Colley and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio.
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In summer term 2021 via online communication tools predominantly.