Graduates' Seminar - Programme, Winter Term 2022/23

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.

Tuesday, 21.02.2023, 03:00 PM

AirClick - On-Demand Modularized Inflatables for Human-Scale Objects
Benno Hölz
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Pascal Jansen und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 21 February 2023, 14:30

Enabling In-Situ Interaction with Parametric Designs
Max Rädler and Simon Demharter
Presentation of a student project supervised by Evgeny Stemasov and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 21.02.2023, 02:00 PM

Exploring Vehicle Motion Simulation in Virtual Reality Using a Motorized Wheelchair
Julius Schürrle
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Pascal Jansen und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 21 February 2023, 14:00

Effects of a Gaze-Based 2D Platform Game on Digital Eye Strain and User Enjoyment
Beate Wanner
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Mark Colley and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 31.01.2023, 04:00 PM

Investigating Acceptance and Trust of Auditory Cues in Vehicles - Based on a Systematic Literature Review
Alexandra Nick
Presentation of a master thesis supervised by Pascal Jansen und Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 17 January 2023, 14:00

Improving Online Surveys for Research by Detecting Inattentiveness and Undesirable Behavior
Lukas Gruler
Presentation of a project supervised by Mark Colley and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 20 December 2022, 14:00

Comfort and Preference of Autonomous Vehicle's Driving Style in Relation to Passengers Position during Critical Driving Scenarios
Janina Kneißl
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Annika Stampf and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

XERA: Evaluating the XR Exercise Recognition Assistant for Feasibility, Usability and Trust
Naomi Sagawa, Mario Sagawa, Georgios Nurcan-Georgiou, Natnael Ghilamicael
Presentation of a a study project supervised by Jana Funke and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

PISA_AR: Process In-Situ Authoring for Augmented Reality
Simon Deuring
Presentation of a master thesis supervised by Tobias Drey and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Wednesday, 14 December 2022, 10 am

Optimization of Semantic Segmentationon 3D Radar Point Clouds
Daniel Rotärmel
Presentation of a master thesis supervised by Sebastian Hartwig and Prof. Dr Timo Ropinski

Tuesday, 29 November 2022, 14:00

In-Place 3D-Schnittmusterdesign in Augmented Reality
Jens Spannagel
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Evgeny Stemasov and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Sport Motivation and Supporting a VR Yoga class through gamified guidance elements
Anja Schikorr, Svenja Krauss, Laura Bottner
Presentation of a a study project supervised by Jana Funke and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Pitch: Selecting Position and Rotation of a Virtual Trainer While Performing a VR Fitness Task
Maurice Cordts
Introduction of a bachelor thesis supervised by Jana Funke and Prof. Dr Enrico Rukzio

Tuesday, 25 October 2022, 14:00

Roads? Where We're Going, We Don’t Need Roads - Urban Air Mobility Simulation and Information Visualisation
Alexander Faßbender
Presentation of a bachelor thesis supervised by Mark Colley, Luca-Maxim Meinhardt, and Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

Organisational Details
Date see individual announcement
Room O27 / 331

Presentation via video conference possible.