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New PostDoc Anke Reinschlüssel

The digital media lab has a new PostDoc among its members: Dr. Anke Reinschlüssel!

Anke successfully defended in June her thesis "Empowering Surgeons - A Multimodal Interaction Approach to Improve Computer-Assisted Surgical Planning and Interventions", which summarises her research efforts to…


Kamyar Javanmar

New member in our working group

We welcome a new colleague to our PHD program EDM. Kamyar Javanmardi studied computer science and obtained a master's degree in Computational Linguistics. His research interests include natural language processing (NLP), formal semantics and machine learning models in languge processing. He is…


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Get together in our new location

At the beginning of the month we met for a little drink in our new premises on the 6th level of the MZH. There was a delicious international buffet we brought ourselves, a table soccer tournament, video games and finally, the most important thing, social interaction. We enjoyed it very much!


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3 Ph.D. Positions (m/f/d) to be filled

The doctoral program Empowering Digital Media (EDM), funded by the Klaus-Tschira Foundation, invites applications for 3 Ph.D. positions (m/f/d) at the University of Bremen, Germany, to be filled as soon as possible. Successful candidates will receive a stipend in the amount of 1,500 EUR per month…


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New Colleague in the Digital Media Lab

We have a new colleague in our working group, Katharina Hasenlust.

Within the scope of her thesis Katharina is going to explore different eHealth components (e.g. electronic health record, mobile health apps) as well as their (potential) interaction. In this context, she wants to identify untapped…


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Presentations on CHI 2022 in New Orleans

The Digital Media Lab was represented with five papers at this year's CHI 2022 in New Orleans. Nima Zargham presented his paper '"I Didn't Catch That, But I'll Try My Best": Anticipatory Error Handling in a Voice Controlled Game' on research in the field of voice assistants, which was a…


Biosignals in Virtual Reality

In the project "Design Space of Virtual Environments: Creating a Feedback Loop for Users using Physical and Mental Health Data Gathered by Smartwatches", part of the university's scientific focus Minds.Media.Machines, the Digital Media Lab is researching the possibility of incorporating…


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Student Thesis Club

The DMLab is happy to announce a biweekly Student Theses Club where students writing their final thesis (both Bachelor and Master Theses) are invited to meet and discuss current stages of their thesis progression, receiving immediate help from 1-2 PhDs, as well as helping others!

With in-person…


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We have moved up to the 6th floor of the MZH!

At the end of last year we moved with the whole working group and all labs: You can find us now on the 6th level of the MZH (Bibliothekstr. 5). It was a lot of work and exhausted all our capacities. That's why the news has been a bit neglected lately. This will change. And we would be happy to…


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New member of our working group

Since the beginning of February we have new support in our working group from Marc Robin Nolte. Robin is interested in the modularity of ontologies and in hybrid and non-monotonic reasoning & query answering, which he is now working on with us in the EASE project.

A warm welcome to Robin!