schedule -- dissertation proposals / invited talks
The Department of Computer and Information Science conducts a series of dissertation proposals as required by the university rules. In addition the time slot for this series may be used for invited speakers similar to the traditional colloquium series.
Talk locations and times will be announced by email.
1. Computer graphic support for helicopter navigation
|21.05.14 || Colloquium talk: Printed sensors for interactive surfaces || Dr. Jürgen Steinle, MPI Informatik, Saarbrücken || HR |
|02.07.14 || 1. Context-aware navigation through large information spaces || Dominik Jäckle || DK, HR |
|02.07.14 || 2. Visual analytic methods for exploring large amounts of relational and time-dependent data || Michael Behrisch || TS, UB |
|11.07.14 || Singular value decomposition (SVD) in visual signal processing || Prof. Dr. Weisi Lin, Nanyang Tech. Univ., China ||M.Shen, DS |
|17.07.14 || Revisiting QoE for future media || Prof. Dr. Patrick Le Callet, Ecole polytechnique de l’Université de Nantes, France || DS |
|23.07.14 || 1. Network centrality based on representational theory of measurement || David Schoch || UB |
|23.07.14 || 2. Approximation results for biclique decomposition problems || Eugenia Holm ||A. Karrenbauer |