Events

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MMVE 2011

In the middle of October 2011 the 4th International Workshop on Massively Multiuser Virtual Environments (MMVE) will take place in Nanchang, China. This year the workshop is co-located with the IEEE International Symposion on Haptic Audio-Visual Environments and Games (HAVE). Researchers from all over the world will discuss topics as scalability, interactivity, consistency and more. 2008 this workshop was launched by a group around Gregor Schiele. He and Arno Wacker are co-organizer for this year's workshop again.  Richard Süselbeck and Sebastian Holzapfel are members of the program committee. You can find further information here.


 

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NSF workshop

On September 23.-24. Gregor Schiele participated in the NSF Workshop on the Future of Research in Computer Games and Virtual Worlds (CGVW) at University California, Irvine. More than 30 scholars participated in the workshop and provided a framework for a interdisciplinary dialog on current and future challenges of multifaceted research topics. Gregor Schiele presented the peers@play project and will provided an overview of the research topics which the team will address in the following years.

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Weekly meeting

The team of peers@play Mannheim meets every Thursday to present the latest findings in the particular fields of research. These meetings provide a continuous information exchange among the team members and help them to have a broader view on their topics. Students who are interested in the project are welcome to join the meetings. There is also the possibility to write a thesis about one of the topics.

 


 


MMVE2010

On November 17th the 3nd International Workshop on Massively Multiuser Virtual Environments took place in Taipei, Taiwan. The topics ranged from the integration of MMVE with social networking systems to interoperable MMVE standards and protocols. 2008 this workshop was launched by a group around Gregor Schiele. He and Arno Wacker were co-organizer for this year's workshop again. This year it was merged with the NetGames2010. For the first time Richard Süselbeck was a member of the program committee. He participated in the conference and chaired the workshop. Back home he repoarted: "It was good luck that the two events were merged, since that encouraged the exchange and discusssion of scientifically relevant ideas." You can find further information on the official web page.

 

 

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