During the shooting of "2 Minuten Wissen", Corinna Russow of the RRZE inspected the key players of the series to write a report on the backgrounds of "2 Minuten Wissen". With Julia Will as the main organizer, there are already two videos presenting the research at the LMS: Recycling using multispect...

What is the relation between video streaming and climate change? This episode of 2 Minuten Wissen (in German) is about global carbon emissions caused by online video applications. We explain reasons and ideas on how to reduce these emissions.

We congratulate our colleague Matthias Kreuzer on qualifying for the final three of the IEEE Data Challenge on Industrial Systems' Health Monitoring using Vibration Signal Analysis  as part of the IEEE International Conference on Prognostics and Health Management (ICPHM) . The task of the challenge ...

We congratulate Prof. Belagiannis and Alexander Tsaregorodtsev for their journal publication entitled "ParticleAugment: Sampling-based data augmentation". Data Augmentation (DA) is employed during the training process of neural networks in order to prevent overfitting on the training data as well as...

Frank Sippel investigates multispectral and hyperspectrals cameras, which capture image data that is invisible to the human eye. Such images can be applied in a large variety of applications in areas such as farming, medical imaging, or recycling.

In a so-called "Lehrstuhl-Special" of the department EEI, where a professor of electrical engineering is interviewed, Prof. Kaup talks about his scientific career, research at the LMS, and the everyday life of a head of an institute.

Our colleague Thomas Haubner investigates the audio quality in teleconferencing scenarios, in which multiple participants are sitting in the same room. For this application, he developed an algorithm that can effectively suppress reverberation, echoes, and noise.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. André Kaup received an Award for good teaching („Preis für gute Lehre an den staatlichen Universitäten in Bayern“) from Minister Markus Blume.

At our chair, the two dotoral candidates Than Dat Nguyen and Viktoria Heimann are actively taking part in research within the research project "Empatho-Kinaesthetic Sensor Technology – Sensor Techniques and Data Analysis Methods for Empatho-Kinaesthetic Modeling and Condition monitoring” (EmpkinS).