It was another big day for Professor Dr. Marco Winzker, his coworker Andrea Schwandt and their FPGA-Remote-Lab: The Global Online Laboratory Consortium awards the project the GOLC Online Lab Award 2019 in the category Remote-Lab. In 2018, the team had already been awarded by the International E-Learning Association.
Iris Groß, Vice President for Studies, Teaching and Continuing Education, (left) is happy about the award, which Professor Marco Winzker and research project collaborator Andrea Schwandt received for the Remote-Lab. Picture: Eva Tritschler
Professor Dr. Iris Groß, Vice President for Studies, Teaching and Continuing Education, was one of the first to congratulate the team: “We support our students both in classical classroom teaching and through modern digital methods. I am pleased that the innovative approach of the Remote Lab is appealing to students and external experts”.
The award-winning project combines a laboratory class that can be operated via the Internet. Teaching videos accompany the laboratory class. This allows students to develop their own subject-specific content and apply it directly in on-hardware experiments.
Both, videos and remote lab, are open, worldwide accessible teaching materials. Winzker explains: “The access statistics give us important information about the use. The teaching videos were accessed from over 60 countries. The Remote Lab was accessed from over 20 countries distributed over all continents. Currently, we have a cooperation with our Ukranian partner university, the Chernihiv National University of Technology, through which video subtitles are now also available in Ukrainian. The Remote Lab is actively used by them in teaching”.
This text is a translation of the German original press release.
Information on the GOLC – Online Lab Award.
Access the FPGA Vision Remote Lab!
Prof. H. Campbell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick, recently renewed the appointment of Prof. Rainer Herpers as adjunct professor in the Faculty of Computer Science. The department is very happy to continue this long-standing cooperation with our Canadian partner.
The photo shows (from left to right) Prof. Paul Plöger, vice dean of the department of computer science, Prof. Kenneth Kent from New Brunswick University (Adjunct Professor at H-BRS) and Prof. Rainer Herpers (Adjunct Professor at UNB). Picture: Kira Wazinski
The partnership between the University of New Brunswick in Canada and the Department of Computer Science at H-BRS is one of the oldest and also most intensive cooperations of the department. To find out more about our international ties, please go to https://www.h-brs.de/en/inf/international or visit our Team International in C 158.
This is an article was originally posted by the department of Computer Science of Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS). The original coverage can be found here.
We are proud to present the third biennial report of the Institute of Visual Computing (IVC) covering the years 2015 and 2016. This report contains our main activities and achievements in research and industry during these two years. It additionally presents and updates our scientific and industrial profile. For the time being, the report is only available digitally.
The IVC’s annual report for 2015/2016 is available on report.vc.h-brs.de/.
The department of computer science is glad to welcome another RISE intern from our Canadian partner university in New Brunswick. Suzannah Smith is a third year bachelor student of computer science. She has chosen the coop programme of her course which takes a year longer than the usual bachelor and includes four stages at various companies.
At Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg Suzannah is working on a research project in the field of virtual reality: A virtual apartment is created which participants enter via a pair of VR glasses (Oculus Rift). Suzannah explores agent perception – she uses eye tracking to determine people’s focus and evaluates what participants look at and for how long.
Before joining us the young canadian took a two-week German course in Berlin and visited some European metropolises such as Zürich, Wien, Amsterdam and Paris. She will be working at H-BRS until August 18th. Her supervisors are Katharina Stollenwerk and Christoph Pomrehn as well as alumnus Sven Seele.
This article has originally been posted in the H-BRS Department of Computer Science News. Text and image were created by Miriam Lüdtke-Handjery of H-BRS’s Department of Computer Science Marketing and Public Relations. The original article is also available in German.
IVC senior research associate and member of the renowned American Chemical Society (ACS) Dr. Karl Kirschner gave two talks at this year’s ACS national meeting in Denver. He presented the project Wolf2Pack on which he is working together with three colleagues (Prof. Dr. Dirk Reith from BRSU, Dr. Marco Hülsmann and O. Krämer-Fuhrmann from Fraunhofer SCAI) in the symposium on molecular force field.
In his second talk “It’s all about the fundamentals” Kirschner presented his recent research on predicting structure and thermodynamics of clusters of three to seven water molecules.
Full coverage in German: Kirschner mit zwei Vorträgen auf dem ACS National Meeting
Karl Kirschner in front of a visualization of “his” water cluster structures on HORNET
Our research project IVAB: High-Quality Rendering in the Planning of Prefabricate Houses participates in the travelling exhibition “Forschung für Dich!” (Research for you!). The exhibition will tour 15 cities in NRW presenting current reasearch of 21 Universities of Applied Sciences in NRW. The tour starts on 6 March 2015 in Düsseldorf and ends on 30 June 2016 in Mühlheim (Ruhr).
See full article from our University here.
Dr. Martin Göbel has been appointed Honorary Chair of the IEEE VR 2015. He is one of the trailblazers of Virtual Reality in Germany as well as in the rest of Europe. He has been active in the field since the early nineties when, apart from Germany, only Switzerland, Great Britain and Sweden played an active part in the European VR scene.
The IEEE VR 2015 will be held from 23-27 March in Arles, France. Martin Göbel and a team of researchers from our Institute will be presenting their work.
See the full article here.
Katharina Stollenwerk, Jens Maiero and Thorsten Roth are the three IVC members among a total of eight doctoral candidates from H-BRS who have been awarded a scholarship for their PhD project.
Katharina Stollenwerk works on two-handed interaction in virtual environments in cooperation with the University of Bonn. Jens Maiero looks into the challenges of human-machine-interaction in dynamically projected environments (Spatial Augmented Reality). Thorsten Roth tries to solve problems in global illumination algorithms by iteratively incorporating light field measurements into the Monte-Carlo-based rendering process, including post-processing techniques.
We are proud to present the first report of the Institute of Visual Computing (IVC) 2011/12. The report summarizes the IVC’s research activities in the following main fields:
- Interactive Systems
- Simulation in Virtual Environments
- Visualization and Rendering
- Computer Vision
The report is available for download: Annual Report 2011-2012.