Dear colleagues, dear students,
It is my pleasure to invite you to the
4th Animation Research Colloquium at the University of Tübingen
next Wednesday, October 14, 2020
with the following presentations:
10.00–10.50 Mahboob Mohammadzaki: Augmented reality animation as a new tool for the globalization of nature-related concerns
11.00–11.50 Roberta Fischetti: Representation of cultural otherness in animation
12.00–12.50 Ilja Mirsky: Reframing human-machine interactions | AI research on stage
13.00–14.00 Susanne Marschall, Erwin Feyersinger: Expanding the center for animation research
Please send a short message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to participate and we will share the Zoom link with you.
The Animation Research Colloquium at the University of Tübingen is specifically dedicated to the broad and rapidly evolving field of animation. Animation is understood in all its diversity: among other things, as a form of art and entertainment, as a means of knowledge and information transfer, and as a cultural practice in various social, artistic, scientific, and technical contexts.
The colloquium offers a forum for young researchers and post-docs to exchange and discuss their research. The colloquium is open to all disciplines: from media studies and art history to computer science and cognitive psychology. Project ideas, individual questions and problems as well as larger research projects and theses can be discussed.
Please tell me if you are interested in presenting in one of the future editions of the colloquium; the subsequent colloquium will take place in early spring 2021.
-- Dr. Erwin Feyersinger Institut für Medienwissenschaft Zentrum für Animationsforschung Universität Tübingen