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25.11.2016

VDE-Award for Martin Schmidhammer

Auszeichnung für Martin Schmidhammer für seine Masterarbeit "Deep Learning for Virtual View Generation"[more]


18.11.2016

Kick-off meeting for IEEE P1918.1.1 “Haptic Codecs for the Tactile Internet” on 2016-12-08

The kick-off meeting of the recently approved standardization activity on “Haptic Codecs for the Tactile Internet” will take place on December 8 and 9 at George Mason University, in Fairfax, VA, USA in conjunction with the next face to face meeting of the IEEE P1918.1 “Tactile Internet” working group.   To express your interest in participating in this activity, please go to   http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/1918/1/haptic_codecs/index.html   and follow the instructions on “How to participate?”   Please email both Oliver Holland (Chair of P1918.1) and Eckehard Steinbach (Chair of P1918.1.1) to inform that you have done this. The "Subject" field of your email should be "Joined Haptic Codecs for the Tactile Internet".[more]


18.11.2016

IEEE standardization activity on Haptic Codecs approved

The New Standards Committee (NESCOM) of the IEEE Standards Association has approved a new project on “Haptic Codecs for the Tactile Internet”. The standard project runs under the name IEEE P1918.1.1 and will standardize haptic codecs for the Tactile Internet enabling the interoperability of different haptic (kinesthetic and tactile) input and output devices. Such interoperability is necessary to achieve necessary market scale in the realization of Tactile Internet technologies, devices and applications. Prof. Steinbach has been appointed as the chair of IEEE P1918.1.1.  [more]


11.11.2016

Kurt-Fischer Award for Nicolas Alt

Nicolas Alt received the Kurt Fischer Dissertation Award of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering for his doctoral thesis " Visuo-haptic environment perception for autonomous robotic systems". [more]


01.07.2016

RoVi featured in "Faszination Forschung"

An article about the RoVi project has been published in the latest issue of "Faszination Forschung" (issue 18). Faszination Forschung appears every 6 months and covers exciting ongoing research projects at TUM. The article is available under the link below.[more]


23.05.2016

The What, Why, and How of Haptic Communication

Prof. Steinbach talks about Haptic Communication at the Johannesberg Summit 2016 in Sweden


25.04.2016

Touch and feel over distance: the next trend in ICT?

The "research*eu results magazine" features an interview with Prof. Steinbach with the title "Touch and feel over distance: the next trend in ICT?".[more]


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