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Description: This thesis project will examine the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology for digital watermarking of audio. Digital watermarking is a technique used to embed hidden information, such as ownership or copyright information, into digital audio files. The…

Description: This thesis project will examine the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology for digital watermarking of images/videos. Digital watermarking is a technique used to embed hidden information, such as ownership or copyright information, into image files. The…

Description: We are excited to offer a unique and innovative thesis project that combines cutting-edge technology with digital multimedia. As an "AI and Blockchain Generative Media Researcher," you will have the opportunity to explore the potential of using AI algorithms to generate one-of-a-kind…

Description: We are excited to offer a cutting-edge thesis project that explores the potential of using blockchain technology to decentralize Digital Rights Management (DRM) in the music and video streaming industry. As a "Web3 DRM Researcher," you will have the opportunity to investigate the use…

The Chair of Media Technology offers two 3-year positions for doctoral candidates within the European MSCA Doctoral Network TOAST. For more details, all available positions and their descriptions, as well as the instructions on how to apply, please point your WWW browser to: …

Furkan Kaynar received the Antonio Picariello Best Student Opponent Award at the 24th IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM 2022)

The paper „Robust Depth Estimation in Foggy Environments Combining RGB Images and mmWave Radar“ co-authored by Mengchen Xiong, Xiao Xu, Dong Yang and Eckehard Steinbach, has received the Best Student Paper Award at the 25th IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (IEEE ISM)

The paper „Bounding Box Disparity: 3D Metrics For Object Detection With Full Degree of Freedom“ co-authored by Michael Adam, Martin Piccolrovazzi, Sebastian Eger and Eckehard Steinbach, has received the Best Paper 1st Runner-Up Award at the 29th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing…

This talk is about usage of object-level augmentations on a light-weight neural network within an indoor-scale scene.

The paper „AR in VR: Augmented Reality Cues in 360-Degree Stereoscopic Telepresence for Remote Collaboration and Maintenance“ co-authored by Furkan Kaynar, Markus Hofbauer, Asa MacWilliams, Joseph Newman, Andreas Hutter and Eckehard Steinbach, has received the Outstanding Paper Award at the 16th…