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Master's Thesis
Details about my thesis project at the Uni Magdeburg
Bachelor's thesis
Details about my thesis project at the Uni of Otago in New Zealand
Documents
Some of the documents that emerged from my study (presentations, graphics,
texts ...)

Jana and Computational Visualistics

From April 2001 to December 2007 I studied the academic degree programme "Computational Visualistics" at the Faculty of Computer Science (FIN) of the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg and completed it as graduate engineer (with an overall grade of B (GP 3.1)).

What Computational Visualistics is (apart from being a computer science programme)? Wikipedia about CV

"The academic course means the handling of images, pictorial presentations and graphical symbols particularly considering the usage of computers. During the basic study period, knowledge transfer in the fundamentals of mathematics, computer science, humanities subjects such as philosophy, psychology, design, educational science as well as in an area of application (choices: medicine, materials science, manufacturing technology, information technology); in the main study period consolidation in the chosen area and in special subjects of Computational Visualistics."

 

Field Course and Lecturer
computer science Databases I (compulsory course, written test) Prof. Saake
Introduction to Simulation (compulsory course, written exam) in English Prof. Horton
Intelligent Systems: Introduction (compulsory course, oral test) Prof. Nürnberger
Neural Networks (compulsory elective course, oral exam) Prof. Kruse
Genetic Algorithms (compulsory elective course, oral exam) Dr. Borgelt
Computer Engineering: Biometrics (compulsory elective course, poster)  in English Dr. Vielhauer
Computational
   Visualistics
3D Computer Vision (compulsory course, oral test) in English Prof. Tönnies
Rendering (Computer Graphics II) (compulsory elective course, written exam) Dr. Schlechtweg
Visualisation (compulsory elective course, oral exam) Prof. Preim
Non-Photorealistic Computer Graphics (compulsory elective course, oral exam) in English Dr. Schlechtweg
Area of application

Materials Science

Special Microscopic Methods for Material Analysis (compulsory course, oral exam) Prof. Wendt
Microstructure- & Topography-Quantification (compulsory course, oral exam) Prof. Wendt
Imaging Methods of Non-destructive Material (compulsory course, oral exam) Prof. Mook
General
   Visualistics

Design

Product Design Design of a lighter with bottle opener (compulsory elective course, graded designs) Notiz Dipl.-Des. Trott
Environment Design Design of the university portal (compulsory elective course, graded designs) Notiz Dipl.-Des. Trott
Design Project Design of a homepage and a flyer (compulsory elective course, graded designs) Notiz Dipl.-Des. Trott
Psychology General Psychology II/1 (Emotion & Motivation) (compulsory elective course, written exam) Dr. Rüsseler
General Psychology II/2 (Learning) (compulsory elective course, written exam) Dr. Rüsseler
Biological Psychology I (compulsory elective course, written test) Prof. Hermann
Biological Psychology II (compulsory elective course, written test) Prof. Hermann
"ViPKArte" Visualisation for Presentation, Creativity & Work Techniques (compulsory elective course, exercises) Prof. Horton
Idea Engineering Idea Engineering (additional course, exercises & idea workshop) Prof. Horton
Seminars "Interactive Drama in Learning Environments and Computer Games"
(compulsory elective course, presentation)
K. Hartmann
"Audio in Entertainment Computing"
(compulsory elective course, presentation) Notiz in English
Prof. Masuch &
N. Röber
Laboratory Project Simulation Project (compulsory elective course, exercises) Notiz in English Prof. Horton
Internship &
Bachelor's Thesis
"Virtual Balls: Interactive Games for Theatre Audiences -
Motion Detection as User Interface for Games"
(Bachelor's Thesis & defence) Notiz in English
Graphics and Vision Research Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of Otago,
Dunedin, New Zealand
Prof. Wyvill,
Prof. Masuch
Master's Thesis "Interactive Storytelling in Multiplayer Role-Playing Games" (Master's Thesis & defence) Notiz in English
University of Magdeburg, Faculty of Computer Science, Department of Simulation and Graphics, Games Group
Dr. Hartmann,
Prof. Masuch
Field Course and Lecturer
Mathematics Mathematics A ( I & II) (written exam) Prof. Bräsel
Mathematics B III (written exam) Prof. Bräsel
Mathematics B IV (Geometry) (written exam) Prof. Henk
Logic Logic I (exercises) Prof. Wrobel
computer science Applied Computer Science - Introduction in Computer Science/ Algorithms & Data Structures (written exam) Prof. Rösener
Theoretical Computer Science - Algorithmic Geometry (written exam) Prof. Schirra
Computational
   Visualistics
Computational Visualistics I (Computer Graphics) (written exam) Prof. Strothotte
Computational Visualistics II (Image Processing) (written exam) Dr. Pohle
Area of application

Materials Science

Structure of Materials (written exam) Prof. Regener
Fundamentals of Material Characterisation (written exam) Prof. Wendt
Microscopic Methods for Material Analysis (written exam) Prof. Wendt
General
   Visualistics

Design

Industrial Design Dipl.-Des. Gatzky
Basic Principles of Visual Design (drawings) Dipl.-Des. Trott
Philosophy "About Devils, Duties and Persons. The Smaller Scripts of Immanuel Kant to Applied Philosophy" (paper) Dr. Raters
"Beautiful and Good. The Contribution of the Beautiful to Human Fortune" (paper) Dr. Raters
Psychology General Psychology I/1 (Perception) (written test) Prof. Mattler
General Psychology I/2 (Cognitive Psychology) (written test) Prof. Jäncke
Educational Science "Memory Construction in Movies" (exercises) Dr. Schäfer
Software Project "Demonstration of Computer Craphics Algorithms:
  Line- & Circle-Algorithm by Bresenham"
(Team programming project)
S. Schlechtweg
latest update: 03 November 2009
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