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CITM research seminars

The Image Processing and Multimedia Technology Center organizes biannual virtual research seminars presenting the ongoing projects being carried out by the various lecturers and researchers at the Center.

The objective of these sessions is to create a space to share knowledge and relevant experiences based around this doctoral and postdoctoral research, and pool them with the other members of the Center's teaching and research community. The research carried out at the CITM contributes to making us a benchmark in the field of digital technologies, and especially in our specialist fields: digital animation, multimedia technologies and video games.

These are the research seminars that have been held in the past:

Research Seminar III

15-07-2021

Research Seminar III
The following projects were presented at this seminar:

  • "Brain Hacking Apps: Continuous Time, Engagement and Application Design", by Clara Palomar, doctoral student at the Communication and Cultural Industries program at Polytechnic University of Valencia. Direction: Carles Sora.
  • "Impact of Information Placement and User Representations in VR", with Sofía Seinfeld, coordinator of the bachelor's degree in Multimedia at the CITM.

Research Seminar II

03-12-2020

Research Seminar II
The following projects were presented at this seminar, which focused on the subject of video games:

  • "Approaches to intergenerational video games from the perspective of game design", with Marta Fernández, lecturer and coordinator of the bachelor's degree course in Video Game Design and Development at the CITM.
  • "User experience and procedural narrative: from analog role-playing to digital role-playing", with Joan Pons, doctoral student on the Humanities and Communication Doctorate doctoral programme at the UOC and lecturer on the bachelor's degree course in Video Game Design and Development at the CITM.

Research Seminar I

25-06-2020

Research Seminar I
The following projects were presented at this seminar:

  • "Immersive narratives in theme parks", by Isabel Fuentes, doctoral student at the Department of Sciences and Technology of the UVic-UCC and lecturer on the bachelor's degree course in Design, Animation and Digital Art at the CITM. This project is led by Jaume Duran.
  • The CITM's participation in a H2020 Project, with Josep Torelló, lecturer and coordinator of the bachelor's degree course in Design, Animation and Digital Art at the CITM.
  • "The expressive possibilities of immersive cinema", by Jose M. Cabello, doctoral student at the Department of Communication at Pompeu Fabra University (UPF). This project is taking place under the supervision of Carles Sora, director of the CITM.

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