The researchers of more than one hundred RWTH institutes are working on solutions for the challenges of tomorrow. In these portraits, we highlight the stories and the research work of single researchers.
Alexandru KampmannCopyright: ICT
More and more software is hidden behind complex driving systems. In a few years, research will help us make mobile life easier. Why modular software architecture is the basis for innovative mobility concepts and which role A. Kampmann plays in this will be explained in the following article.
Jonathan WendtCopyright: ICT
In the coming years, science and technology in virtual reality promise us new ways of entertainment and communication. The possibilities seem unlimited to us. Jonathan Wendt and his team at the Chair of Computer Graphics and Multimedia are asking themselves how we can interact with virtual humans in the future. In the following article, Jonathan Wendt reveals how he came up with VR.
André Calero Valdez und Julian HildebrandtCopyright: ICT
n the last article Alexandru Kampmann described his visions for the future. What if we could visualize these visions? Ideas could become realities, except for the physical boundaries of our living rooms. In the following article, the team around André Calero Valdez and Julian Hildebrandt present a solution.
Andra VoicuCopyright: ICT
Last month the Young Researcher Award 2019 was given to Andra Voicu. Her outstanding research convinced the ICT Committee without hesitation. Andra’s work is focused on the design of sharing radio frequencies for future wireless networks. She tells in the following interview what motivates her to do this research.