Graduates' Seminar - Programme, Summer Term 2023
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.
Investigating Preferred Position, Rotation and Input Modality of a Virtual Trainer While Performing a VR Exercise
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Jana Funke and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
Investigating the Influence of In-Game Reward and Revive Mechanisms using Physical Activity for Wellbeing
Presentation of a masters thesis supervised by Jana Funke and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
Longitudinal Effects of an Attention Support HUD in Manual Driving on Situation Awareness, Mental Workload, and Driving Behavior
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Mark Colley and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
The Influence of Physical Surreality on the Sense of Presence in VR
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Annalisa Degenhard and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
Progress Assessment for Adaptive Hints in Educational Virtual Reality Games
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Pascal Jansen und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio
AutoVis: The Mixed-Immersive Analysis Toolkit for Automotive UI Interaction Studies
Alexander Häusele and Thilo Segschneider
Presentation of a project supervised by Pascal Jansen und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio