Games Engineering Bachelor Program
Interview about Serious Games
Prof. Sebastian von Mammen has recently given insights about serious games in an interview with the Tagesschau.
Games Engineering at FFF Bayern
Since January 2021 Prof. Dr. Sebastian von Mammen is a member of the Allocation Committee Games of FFF Bayern, which funds the development of video games.
Games Engineering Presentation through Zoom
On Tuesday, February 23, Prof. Dr. Sebastian von Mammen and Research Assistant Andreas Knote are going to present the Games Engineering study program to prospective students live through Zoom.
New Master Program XtAI @ JMU
EXtended Artificial Intelligence (XtAI) is a new, tuition-free english master's program offered by the Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg, Germany (JMU) together with its Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (CAIDAS). Bachelor graduates from all over the world are welcome to apply for the upcoming winter semester. Deadline is mid of March! Find further information under this link.
Project Presentations Live on Twitch
On Monday, February 08, the Games Engineering students are going to present their projects via a Twitch live stream. Starting at noon, we warmly invite everybody to watch the pitches, ask questions and provide feedback.
Student Worker for VRescue
As of now, we are looking for assistance with the VR first aid project VRescue.
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Im Rahmen des Studiengangs Games Engineering der Universität Würzburg bestehen Kolloborationen mit folgenden Industriepartnern zur Abstimmung praktischer Ausbildungsanteile, zur Forschungskollaboration und für Praktika für Studierende.
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