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.
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 will follow the style of a typical technical conference. Participants prepare a full paper on 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.
|19.10.||Topic Assignment and Organization|
|26.10.||Research and Latex Introduction|
|06.11.||Paper Proposal Submission Deadline|
|07.-11.11.||Outline Discussion with adviser*|
|18.12.||Full Paper Submission Deadline|
|19.12.||Assignment of reviews|
|08.01.||Peer-Review Submission Deadline|
|09.-13.01.||Discussion of required changes with adviser*|
|01.02.||Introduction to proper presentations|
|05.02.||Camera Ready Submission Deadline|
|31.01.-10.02.||Slides Discussion with adviser (optional)*|
*Please make appointments with your advisor beforehand.
Here is the list of this year's topics and assignments:
The seminar proceedings are available at the Uni Ulm VTS.
|Seamless Integration of Consumer Electronics and Automobiles||-|
|Usability of In-car Security||-|
|Driver Distraction in Automotive HMI||Marcel Reichersdörfer||Mark Poguntke|
|Anonymity/Pseudonymity in Vehicular Networks||-|
|Identity Management||Armin Pfäffle||Naim Asaj|
|RFID Security and Privacy||Philipp Hock||Bastian Könings|
|Advanced Authentication Protocols||Daniel Ritter||Bastian Könings|
|Configuration-free Networking||Till Fischer||Bastian Könings|
|Body Area Networks||Jonathan Sondershaus||Florian Schaub|
|Flying Ad-Hoc Networks||Michael Müller||Björn Wiedersheim|
|Ultra Wideband Communication||-|
|GSM/3G/4G/DECT Security||Dominik Deuter||Björn Wiedersheim|
|Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing||Juliane Wessalowski||Florian Schaub|
|Credibility and Persuasive Systems||-|
|Gamification||Fabian Groh||Florian Schaub|
All papers must be prepared in LaTeX and adhere to the IEEE Transactions LaTeX Template (IEEEtran), with documentclass options "conference,a4paper". A prepared tex file with the correct template settings for the RTMI proceedings can be downloaded from ILIAS. Submissions in other formats (e.g., Word) will not be accepted.
You are unfamilar with LaTeX? Don't worry. We will provide an introduction to LaTeX and point you in the right direction.