Limits of the material, Sustainable and/or high-tech
Lea Schmidt (CH), Jessica Bulling (DE), Bettina Weber (DE), Dr. Marc Mosch (DE)
During this event, we will give an insight into the current state of the various research fields, showing how material can also be digitalized and brought into a library. We are also going to work and talk directly with all visitors. An essential aspect is the question of the acceptance of alternative materials in everyday life as well as in professional contexts.
Multimodal Perception in Human-Machine Interaction
Prof. Dr. Frank Fitzek (DE), Dr. rer. nat. Annika Dix (DE), Dipl.-Ing. Emese Papp B.A. (HU)
The workshop will open with two keynotes on 6G technology and augmented multisensory perception. The main body includes hands-on experiments and a follow-up discussion on novel multisensory technologies and future applications.
From Digital Pianists to Democratizing Skills
Prof. Dr. Frank Fitzek (DE), Dr. Luca Oppici (IT), Prof. Ph.D. Shu-Chen Li (DE /TW), Dipl.-Ing. Lisa-Marie Lüneburg (DE)
The next generation internet will enable new forms of digitized communication between humans and machines, which has the great potential to change the way we teach and learn new skills. Taking the example of piano playing, we show first insights in our ongoing research at the Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop (CeTI).