The IC\M/T conducts human-centered, interdisciplinary research on media and interactive technologies, with a view to strengthening the university’s academic programmes and achieving scientific advances. The institute consists of four research groups with a team of 30+ researchers: Media Computing, Media Creation, Digital Technologies and Media Business.
Human-machine interfaces, physical computing, virtual & augmented reality, production planning & control, blockchain
Industry analyses, business models, media use, social media and web analytics, data mining
Human-centred computing, computer vision, visual analytics, multimedia processing, auditory display
Audio-visual media such as film, video & television, augmented & virtual reality, and animation
Investigates how characteristics of stop-motion animation and motion-capturing can be conflated with virtual reality in order to enrich the current art discourse.
CounterSpeech - Young People Against Online Hate
Computer-assisted Strategies for Facilitating Citizen-generated Counter Speech in Social Media
TRAAK 4.0 - Tracking Application Knowledge
Implementing prototypical tracking systems for different companies
GovMed – Governance of open data and digital platforms
Exploring ways in which the business activities of internet companies can be regulated.
Working towards a unified framework for joint audio &visual analytics