2 Masters Projects on Semantic Mixed Voxel Realities – Visual Fidelity or Semantic Richness

Update as of January 2019: Contact Prof. Regenbrecht if you are interested in other areas of Computer Science at the University of Otago. He might be able to place you with another research group. 


The Human-Computer Interaction Group at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, is looking for graduate students in the area of Mixed Reality research. This Masters projects would/could be supervised by Prof Regenbrecht (Otago) and Prof Klinker (TUM) and would allow for / require actual research and development work on-site at the HCI Lab in Dunedin, New Zealand for about six months.

See for more details, funding options and requirements the descriptions below.

Application documents: CV, Bachelor’s transcript, TUM Master’s transcript & motivation letter as one PDF until Sunday, 4th March 2018, to student-exchange@in.tum.de

Topic 1 Semantic Mixed Voxel Realities – Visual Fidelity

Topic 2 Semantic Mixed Voxel Realities – Semantic Richness