Department of Computer Science

Colloquium Dr. Itsuki Noda Sankt Augustin, 22. April 2015
Colloquium Dr. Itsuki Noda
Please join us on Monday, April 27 for the presentation of Dr. Itsuki Noda, president of the RoboCup Federation and Principal Research Manager at AIST Japan. His talk "Multiagent Simulation for Designing Social Services" will discuss several application fields of social simulations such as disaster mitigation, smart transportation and stable economical systems. read more»

Welcome to our 25 new master students Sankt Augustin, 31. March 2015
Welcome to our 25 new master students
15 students of Information Science and 10 prospective Masters of Autonomous Systems started their postgraduate student life yesterday. In their respective welcome meetings they received plenty of information and an overview of their schedule for the two years to come. read more»

Institute of Visual Computing: Strong performance at the IEEE VR 2015 Arles, France, 27. March 2015
Institute of Visual Computing: Strong performance at the IEEE VR 2015
Research associate David Scherfgen won a Best Paper Award, Martin Göbel was appointed Honorary General Chair of the Virtual Reality Conference in Arles and a whole group of IVC staff hosted tutorials, workshops and paper sessions to give an impressive picture of the institutes research activities. read more»

Adam Gaier wins Drive E Academy award Erlangen, 18. March 2015
Adam Gaier wins Drive E Academy award
Master student Adam Gaier received the second prize in the category "study prizes" at the Drive E Academy in Erlangen for his R&D project on electric mobility. Congratulations! read more»

IVC-Kolloquium: Pushing Virtual Reality Sankt Augustin, 18. March 2015
IVC-Kolloquium: Pushing Virtual Reality
Please join us for the Visual Computing Colloquium on Friday 20.03.2015 in C061 at 11 a.m.. Prof. Rob Lindeman from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Massachusetts, USA, will be talking about „Pushing Virtual Reality: Enhancing Immersion Through Secondary Cues“. read more»

New Alumni Portrait: Teena Ch. Hassan Sankt Augustin, 17. March 2015
New Alumni Portrait: Teena Ch. Hassan
Teena Chakkalayil Hassan, originally from India, joined Bonn-Rhine Sieg University for her Masters Degree in Autonomous Systems. Prof. Prassler sparked her interest in using technology for humanitarian purposes. In her masters thesis, she worked on face recognition in assistive robotics - and excelled as the best graduate of her year. Teena has now joined the Fraunhofer Institute to continue her research in Erlangen. read more»

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