Media entertain, inform, advertise and educate us, they are important components of our lives. We are witnesses of this media technology revolution. The cooperative Graduate School college Digital Media enables targeted research in the promising field of digital media. It covers all important technical aspects of digital media such as image acquisition, image and video processing, image synthesis, visualization and display technology in connection with artistic aspects.
The Universities of Stuttgart and Tübingen and the Media University have joined forces to form the cooperative Digital Media Graduate School. The college is supported by the state of Baden-Württemberg with eleven full-time scholarships for a maximum of three years in accordance with the State Graduate Promotion Act (LGFG). The focus of the Graduate School is on media production, visualization and computer graphics/vision.
Research topics at VIS and VISUS within Digital Media Graduate School:
- Lena Gieseke M.F.A. (VISUS)
- Dipl.-Inf. Markus Huber (VISUS)
Physically based simulation of textiles and fluids
- Dipl.-Medieninf. David Körner (VISUS)
Rendering and light transport visualization
- Robert Krüger M.Sc. (VIS)
- Dipl. Ing. (FH) Norman Pohl (VIS)
Interactive Wearable Displays