ViMM digital platform
MIRALab is partner of Virtual Multimodal Museum project (ViMM) who has created the digital platform for stakeholders and communities of practice in Virtual Museums and Digital Cultural Heritage, open to anyone in the public or private sectors wishing to connect with other professionals or contribute and find information on digital heritage.
Robot in Theatre
Eva playing in the Roten Fabrik Theatre at Zurich
From EVA to Nadine
From EVA to Nadine, AI new robots, shown at Swiss News TV on 10.01.2017
Swiss TV films robot Eva
The swiss tv station RTS has visited MIRALab to film the robot Eva and to interview Prof. Nadia Magnenat Thalmann.
Seminar by Prof. Tong
Prof. Ruofeng Tong has given a seminar on the Parametric Human Body Reconstruction from Depth Image or dressed human photos.
NOTRE project meeting
NOTRE project meeting organised by MIRALab - UNIGE from 16th to 18th of January
Euromed 2016 contribution
PhD candidate and Marie-curie fellow Simon Senecal participated at the Euromed2016 conference
We would like to congratulate Dr. Andra Chincisan who has successfully defended her PhD at MIRALab, University of Geneva.
Keynote at CGI 2016
Prof. Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann has given a keynote on her robot 'Nadine' at CGI 2016.
Continuous body emotion recognition
Simon Senecal et al. have presented their work on body emotion recognition in theater performances during CASA 2016.
NOTRE project meeting
Dr. Rui Antunes from MIRALab has attended the NOTRE project meeting in Madrid.
Bio-Inspired Virtual Populations
Dr. Rui Antunes and Prof. Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann have presented their paper on Adaptive Behavior with Affective Feedback at CASA 2016.
MIRALab has successfully organised the 29th International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA 2016) at the Biotech Campus in Geneva.
Digital patient tutorial
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Andra Chincisan and Matthias Becker have given a tutorial on the modeling and simulation of human articulations at CASA 2016.
Prof. Fujita visits MIRALab
Prof. Fujita and Dr. Kamiya from Gifu, Japan, have visted MIRALab to learn about the current research.
IT began with Ada. Women in computer history
Nadia Magnenat Thalmann and MIRALab are part of a special exhibition at the Heinz Nixdorf Forum (Paderborn, Germany) that highlights Ada Lovelace and celebrates the role of women in computer history.
CARS 2015: Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery
MIRALab participates to CARS 2015 with a Workshop on Multiscale Digital Patient with several papers and a keynote speech given by Prof. Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann.
MIRALab has presented the MultiScaleHuman project at CeBIT (March 16-20), the worlds largest computer expo.
Book: Digital Heritage, Springer, 2014.
New book on Digital Heritage written in collaboration with partners of the project ITN-DCH Marie Curie in Cultural Heritage.
Der virtuelle Patient
MIRALab medical project presented at PLANETOPIA TV program with the participation of Prof. Nadia Magnenat Thalmann.