Guest researchers

01 July 2011

We will have two guest researchers at the TAI Studio in the next two weeks. During this time, we will work on an application and extension for auditory augmentation; namely systems to connect remote spaces and to augment status information to door sounds. If you happen to be around, don’t hesitate to drop me a line (e.g. to have a chat around lunchtime).

René Tünnermann is a research associate at the Ambient Intelligence Group at the Cognitive Interaction Technology Center of Excellence at Bielefeld University (CITEC). He studied science informatics at Bielefeld University. During his studies he worked as a student worker at the Neuroinformatics Group of Bielefeld University and the Alignment in AR-based cooperation project of the CRC673-Alignment in Communication. His research focus lies with tangible interfaces and interactive surfaces.

Christian Leichsenring studied science informatics at Bielefeld University, spending one year abroad at the Paris-Sud University and the University of Marne-la-Vallée. He currently is a postgraduate student in the Ambient Intelligence Group of the Center of Excellence for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) and the Applied Informatics Group of Bielefeld University in the project Unobtrusive Multi-Modal Situation-Based Augmented Reality. His advisers are Marc Hanheide and Thomas Hermann and his research focus is on context-aware mobile devices and augmented reality.