In collaboration with g.tec Medical Engineering Gunther Krausz (from Austria) Medialogy is organizing a very interesting hands-on workshop on “brain-computer-interaction” at our department in Sydhavn.
The workshop is free and is open to interested research staff, students and external researchers. Registration is needed as there is a limited capacity to around 25-30 participants who, besides the lectures, will be divided into four practical groups to experiment with BCI equipment.
From our department Sofia Dahl and Luis Emilio Bruni will make presentations during the workshop, and Gunther Krausz will represent g.tec Medical Technology and take part in the practical part of the workshop. For more information about the workshop and for registration see this PDF: BCI_workshop_gtec_2013.pdf
Three Medialogy papers will be presented at this years ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Paris, which is the premier international conference on human-computer interaction. The three papers are:
For more information about the conference see here: http://chi2013.acm.org
On friday the 19th of April from 14:00-15:00, Mike Sjørslev Khamphoukeo and Theis Dinesen will give a talk about possible collaborations with the game company Art Of Crime (http://artofcrime.com/).
The company is open for collaborations during the semester projects, this is normally possible during the 9th semester but it could be of interest to all Medialogy students.
Mike and Theis will present the company, their working model and will give some examples of micro games that could be developed by you.
The Talk will be given in the main AAU-CPH building in the auditorium (room 1.008) from 14:00-15:00. – see more here: http://www.facebook.com/events/162826440546961/?context=create#
Medialogy staff Amalia De Goetzen, Niels Nilsson, Rolf Nordahl and Stefania Serafin attended the IEEE VR 2013 Conference where they presented one long paper and two posters about their research:
- “Unintended Positional Drift and Its Potential Solutions” by Niels C. Nilsson, Stefania Serafin, Rolf Nordahl, IEEE VR 2013
- “Estimation of Detection Thresholds for Acoustic Based Redirected Walking Techniques” by Stefania Serafin, Niels C. Nilsson, Erik Sikstrom, Amalia De Goetzen, Rolf Nordahl, IEEE VR 2013
- “Tapping-In-Place: Increasing the Naturalness of Immersive Walking-In-Place Locomotion Through Novel Gestural Input” by Niels C. Nilsson, Stefania Serafin, Morten Havmøller Laursen, Kasper Søndergaard Pedersen, Erik Sikström and Rolf Nordahl, IEEE VR 2013
More about the IEEE VR 2013 Conference here: http://ieeevr.org/2013/
Jennifer Telafer Johansen, a 6th semester student at Medialogy CPH was selected among the students volunteers at the IEEE VR 2013 conference, and she participated in the event in Orlando, Florida from March 15th to 21st: http://ieeevr.org/2013/