Dr Michael Mauderer is an Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Computer Science and member of the SACHI research group. He joined SACHI in 2012 to work with Dr Miguel Nacenta on his PhD. Michael previously worked as a post-doctoral researcher for the University of Dundee, as well as Research Engineer at Spatial Flow and Zedaxis. He also holds an M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Computer Science from Saarland University where he worked at the German Center for Artificial Intelligence and the Cognitive Psychology Unit.
Michael expertise is around augmented and virtual reality, image processing and colour science. He frequently works with systems that incorporate displays that change their content based on additional sensor inputs, e.g., from eye trackers, spatial tracking systems, or just plain cameras. To find out more about Michaels work, you can also visit his website.