Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

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Dr. Thomas Reicher
Dipl.-Inform. Univ
Former Member of the Research Staff
Phone: +49 89 289-18236
Fax: +49 89 289-18207
Mail: Technische Universität München
Institut für Informatik/ I1
D-85748 Garching b. München, Germany
Office: Boltzmannst. 1, Room 01.07.043

Research Interests
  • Design Patterns and Software Frameworks
  • Wearable Computers
  • Augmented Reality
  • Intelligent Home


    Service Engineering for Soft Networking

    In SOFTNET, new software engineering methods for new communication networks and networking techniques are developed and tested. The main focus lies on mobile networks in heterogeneous environments.

  • DWARF ++
    Distributed Augmented Reality Framework Interest Group

    Augmented Reality is a new way for humans and computers to interact: real-world scenes are augmented with virtual objects. The augmented scene can, for example, be presented to the user through a see-through head-monted display.
    DWARF aims to build a Framework for the development of such systems: a collection of intelligent modules that can be combined flexibly depending on the needs of the desired application.
    The AR systems we would like to build are supposed to be Distributed and Wearable - they can constist of several small computers that the user can carry around with him. The system will be able to dynamically integrate the services offered by other, stationary computers in the environment to extend its own capabilites.

  • Diploma Thesis
    JaKoB - Ein WWW-basiertes System zum Aufbau und zur Verwaltung von Java-Komponentenbibliotheken (Bibliotheksaufbau) (in German)

Supervised Theses

    Alexander Huber
    Investigation into Ubiquitous Computing and Small Information Appliances for the Development of Freight Watch
    Diploma thesis at DaimlerChrysler RTNA
    Ralf Pfleghar
    Development of an Internet Based Framework for Cooperative Buildings
    Diploma thesis
    Thomas Deiler
    Entwicklung eines Steuerungsmoduls für das OWL-Framework aufbauend auf einer Implementierung des Kommunikationsprotokolls Bluetooth
    Diploma thesis with SuSE AG
    Guido Kraus
    Entwicklung eines Benutzermodells und einer Sicherheitsarchitektur für das Forschungsprojekt OWL
    Tobias Weishäupl
    Entwicklung, Implementierung und Test einer Bildverarbeitungs-API aufbauend auf Quick Time zur Verwendung unter Open GL auf Mac OS 8.x
    Asa MacWilliams
    Using Ad-Hoc Services for Mobile Augmented Reality Systems
    Diploma thesis
    Martin Wagner
    Design, Prototypical Implementation and Testing of a Real-Time Optical Feature Tracker
    Diploma thesis
    Stefan Riß
    A XML based Task Flow Description Language for Augmented Reality Applications
    Diploma thesis
    Christian Sandor
    CUIML: A Language for the Generation of Multimodal Human-Computer Interfaces
    Diploma thesis
    Bernhard Zaun
    Aufbau eines ad hoc Testbeds mit Hilfe der drahtlosen Netzwerktechnik Bluetooth
    Hermann Maier
    Comparison of the Architectures Sun ONE and Microsoft .NET
    Diploma thesis
    Oliver Achtelik
    Development of a Platform for Car Information Systems in a Heterogenous Network Environment
    Diploma thesis
    Florian Schwarz
    Entwicklung eines TNPP-Servers in Java
    SEP with Rohde&Schwarz
    Wolfgang Wein
    Network Testing Environment for Distributed Applications
    Stefan Baptist
    Integration von heterogenen drahtlosen Netzen in eine fahrzeugbasierte Adhoc-Netzwerkumgebung



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    T. Reicher, M. Sihling, A. Rausch, A. Vilbig, K. Bergner, K. Popp
    Software Architecture for Cooperative Buildings
    18th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction
    Krakow, Poland, September 10-12, 2001.

    B. Bruegge, R. Pfleghar, T. Reicher
    Internet Framework for Cooperative Buildings.
    EIB Event 2000 Munich, Germany, October 4 & 5, 2000.
    B. Bruegge, R. Pfleghar, T. Reicher
    OWL: An Object-Oriented Framework for Home and Office Applications.
    Second International Workshop on Cooperative Buildings (CoBuild99), Pittsburgh, PA, October 1999.

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