Human Centered Ubiquitous Media



Julian Rasch

Julian Rasch, M.Sc.

wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter


Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Frauenlobstr. 7a
80337 München

Raum: 447


  • Perception & Interaction in XR
  • Multi-User XR, Collaboration in XR
  • Human Augmentation
  • AI & XR for Art
  • Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printed Electronics

Akademischer Werdegang

  • Aktuell: Doktorand an der LMU München
  • Masterthesis am Telecooperation Lab der TU Darmstadt
  • M.Sc. Elektro- und Informationstechnik am MUST & FGLT der TU Darmstadt
  • Erasmus M.Sc. Electronic Engineering an der Politecnico di Torino
  • B.Sc. Elektro- und Informationstechnik am EMK der TU Darmstadt

Betreute Abschlussarbeiten


  • Disclosed External Industry Thesis on XR (MA Agnes Reda)
  • Soundscapes in Virtual Reality (BA Andreas Vogel)
  • Augmented Reality on-body Interactions (MA Simon Raths)
  • Attention Shifts in Mobile Augmented Reality (BA Lara Moric)
  • Multi-User VR Interactions (MA Kenny-Minh Nguyen)


  • Interaction with VR Traces (MA Christina Sedlmeier)
  • Comparing Interaction Techniques for Object Manipulation in XR Environments Using Different Modalities (BA Philipp Sadler)
  • Exploring Metaphorical Interactions to Engage with Negative Thoughts in VR (BA Michelle Zender)
  • Development of a 3D Printed Variable-Length Resistance Path Breadboard for Object Detection (MA Valentin Scheibe)
  • Exploring Object Undo for Multi-User Virtual Reality (BA Florian Josef Perzl)
  • Attention Management for Mobile Augmented Reality (BA Vincent Tomoaki Öller)
  • Connecting Museums through Telepresence: Construction, Analysis and Evaluation of an On-Site Telepresence Station (MA Clara Sayffaerth)


  • Exploring Collective Multi-User Locomotion in Virtual Reality (BA Vladislav Dmitrievic Rusakov)
  • Disclosed External Industry Thesis (MA Maximilian Gawlick)
  • Investigating Challenges and Opportunities of Transitioning from Traditional Art Exhibitions to Immersive Art (MA Anna Rüth)
  • UndoPort: Exploring the Influence of Undo-Actions for Locomotion in Virtual Reality (BA Arantxa Ye)
  • Exploring Subliminal Cues in Virtual Reality to Influence Decision Making (BA Felix Hofmann)
  • Digitalization in the Industry - User Interface for Intelligent Work Environments (BA Chiara Welz)

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