Researcher Katharina Krösl receives Young Experts Award 2021
Katharina Krösl convinced the jury with her presentation "Simulating Vision Impairments in Virtual and Augmented Reality" and was awarded for her dissertation as Young Expert at the Austrian Computer Science Day.
In her dissertation project "XREye", VR/AR expert Katharina Krösl explored how visual impairments and eye diseases can be made tangible through virtual reality. Her VR/AR solutions are used in medicine, architecture, and lighting design.
The annual Austrian Computer Science Day brings together the Austrian computer science community.
On June 18, 2021, the Austrian Computer Science Day, hosted annually by the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, brought together the Austrian computer science community to exchange the latest domestic developments and projects. As part of the "Young Experts" program, the best dissertations and projects of the past year were presented.
Our researcher Katharina Krösl, member of our Multiple Senses Group, presented her PhD project "XREye" in her talk "Simulating Vision Impairments in Virtual and Augmented Reality", for which she received the Young Experts Award at the ACSD. Congratulations!
Vienna, June 21, 2021
Simulating Vision Impairments in Virtual and Augmented Reality
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