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December 2015

School Students Select Stefan Neumüller as the Winner of the Adolf Adam Computer Science Award

The 5th annual Adolf Adam Computer Science Award took place on December 22, 2015, at the JKU, presenting an award for the best graduate thesis in Computer Sciences from the past year. Three finalists presented their work in front a jury of over 400 school students from 13 different local schools. Students then voted for the winner via text message and Stefan Neumüller emerged as the clear winner.

See the press release below for detailed information. Photos free of charge, photo credit: JKU/Atzmüller

Photo 1: from l: DI Verena Bitto BSc, DI Stefan Neumüller BSc, DI Katrin Straßl BSc, Univ.Prof. Gabriele Anderst-Kotsis, Univ. Prof. Hanspeter Mössenböck
Photo 2: DI Stefan Neumüller BSc

JKU Develops Adaptive, Intelligent Color Sensor

In recent years, the development of world’s first flexible and transparent image sensor at the Johannes Kepler University received wide media coverage. Univ. Prof. Bimber and his team at the JKU Institute for Computer Graphics have had another successful breakthrough: The reconstruction of color images using multi-layer plastic film.

See the press release below for detailed information. Photos free of charge, photo credit: JKU.

Photo 1: The reconstructed images come very close to looking like the original image.
Photo 2: Univ. Prof. Oliver Bimber

380,000 Euros for "Smart Wood" Project "SWIPS"

Wood continues to be one of the industry’s foremost materials and the ability to analyze wood surfaces and adhesive agents is very important. A joint collaborative project between the Department of Soft Matter Physics (JKU), Wood KPlus and SCIO Holding aims to develop smart sensors for wood analysis.

See the press release below for detailed information. Photo free of charge: Ing. Melanie Steiner and Project Manager Dr. Uwe Müller (Wood KPlus) examine the project’s first sensors.