Michael Bierkandt

We need to better understand the people”, as Mohler. And thus People in virtual spaces find better to be right, it’s also so inconspicuous things like the illumination. Used light and shadow correctly, so master student Ivelina Alexandrova in her presentation, create orientation. US Parcel Service has many thoughts on the issue. Christian Neth, also master student in the degree programme of media and communication science, entered walking in his lecture on the Gehgeschwingkeit in the life. More lectures of the students dealt with the topics of real-time computer graphics (Achim long), with the integration of engineering programs in the digital product development (Thomas Lauria), the usage and the design of adaptive systems (Janina and Michael Bierkandt), or applications and technologies of Web 3 D (Armin Woods, Ulf Maier). Praise for the presentations of the students and the consistently high scientific level was finally by the American scientist Dr., Betty Mohler. I didn’t expect that the Conference is so large and professionally organized.” A special word of praise, because the Informatics is organized inside the Students in a mast Earth project on the study of media and communication science. Prof.

Dr. Uwe Kloos, who oversees the project on the study of media and communication science, was pleased about the high scientific level of the Conference. Similar to the assessment by Dean Prof. Boris Terpinc. The Conference showed his opinion, that there are still many unexplained things in relation to virtual perceptions. Here you wanted research further in the future, so Terpinc and also in collaboration with other universities and research institutions. You wanted to start a project with the Centre for Radiology in Heidelberg, that take pictures of computer Tomographs audible. The noise, so Terpinc, could make it then clear, whether or not a person is sick.