Teaching and Supervision

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
– Benjamin Franklin

Projects for undergraduate and graduate students

Please feel free to contact me about undergraduate and graduate projects or internships which fall into the areas of human-computer interaction, pervasive computing, computer vision or computer graphics.  You can have a look at my open student projects or research projects .

Current and Upcoming Classes

  • Mixed Reality Interaction @ University of Applied Sciences Salzburg (Winter 2014/2015)
  • Virtual Reality, 710.096  (Summer 2014)
  • Computer Graphics 1, 710.003 (Summer 2014)
  • Computer Graphics 2, 710.004 (Summer 2014)
  • Software Development in Distributed Environments,  710.020 (Winter 2014/2015)
  • Introduction to Scientific Working, 710.023 (Winter 2014/2015)
  • Selected Topics Computer Graphics, 710.086 (Winter 2014/2015)
  • Evaluation Methodology 707.031 (Winter 2014/2015)

Previous Classes

  • Virtual Reality (Summer 2013)
  • Computer Graphics 1 (Summer 2013)
  • Computer Graphics 2 (Summer 2013)
  • Software Development in Distributed Environments (Winter 2013/2014, Winter 2012/2013)
  • Introduction to Scientific Working (Winter 2013/2014, Winter 2012/2013)
  • Selected Topics Computer Graphics (Winter 2013/2014)


I have supervised several graduate and undergraduate projects and theses. Please find a list of my former students below.

Master and Diploma Theses

  • Matthias Heinisch: Focus+context for wearable multi device interaction (2014)
  • Christoph Oberhofer: Web-based Augmented Reality (2012)
  • Daniel Anderson: Markerless tracking for Augmented Reality marketing (2010)
  • Alexa Kernchen: Augmented Reality for marketing (2010)
  • Andreas Müller: Vision-based see-through re-calibration (2010)
  • Marco Winter: See-through re-calibration hardware (2010)

Bachelor Theses

  • Dominik Hütter: A Web-based toolbox for calibration of optical see-through head mounted displays (2014)
  • Philipp Kogelnik: Hybrid Augmented Reality for hiking maps (2014)
  • Andreas Genser: Remote interaction logging framework for Android (2014)
  • Mario Wüster: Acoustic ranging on smartphones (2013)

Master and Bachelor Projects

  • Peter Riegler-Nurscher: FlickerCodes: Time-multiplexed markers for situated displays (2014)
  • Michael Felsberger: Panorama capture and replay pipeline (2013)
  • Patrick Hofmann: Design of a mobile Augmented Reality framework  (2011)

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