Research Directions in Augmented Reality online panel

Research Directions in AR

Online Panel

The panel is organized as an online webinar and is open for anyone to join.
Time: May 18, 2020 12:30 PM CET/ 11:30 AM GMT
Link: A simple registration is required at https://bit.ly/research-ar so that we can send you the link to join the webinar.


Augmented Reality is not a young research field, it has a long heritage,
with its foundations touching into Engineering, Computer Science, and
the Humanities at least, contributing to Artificial Intelligence, Human
Computer Interaction, and Software engineering, among others.

Advanced human-computer interaction can power many new application
fields like Digital Healthcare, Industry 4.0, or Entertainment,
so where could a prospective PhD student or an entrepreneur still
break ground?

In this one-hour panel discussion, three principal investigators,
PhD supervisors, and entrepreneurs share their experience, vision,
and the Grand Challenges they face with the audience.

R&D interests include the new user interface, holographic AIs,
volumetric capture, web AR, AR and robotics, and specific application
areas such as TEL, I4.0, BIM, or AEC.


Fridolin WIld

Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

Ralf Klamma

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Carl H. Smith

Ravensbourne University, United Kingdom


Lena Korkovelou

The panel will be hosted by Lena Korkovelou, writer and journalist. Lena has previously interviewed two of the panelists. The interview is available on medium.com/@lenakorkovelou/.

Part of
Advanced AR