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Michael Nebeling in the News

Social Media, Bias and POPQUORN. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Social media, bias and POPQUORN: UMSI Research Roundup


Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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UMSI research roundup. 2023 conference on human factors in computing services (CHI). Check out faculty and PhD student publications.

UMSI at CHI 2023: Research, workshops, courses


Recent UMSI researchers and PhD student publications and workshops for the 2023 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI).

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Magnifying glass cartoon with "UMSI Research" inside, "AR Exhibitions for Sensitive Narratives: Designing an Immersive Exhibition for the Museum of Memory in Colombia" Headshot of Michael Nebeling, Assistant Professor.

Is augmented reality technology suitable for sensitive museum exhibitions?


Michael Nebeling and colleagues work with museum staff to determine how AR technology can be used to create an immersive, yet sensitive exhibit depicting first-hand experiences of armed conflict in Colombia.

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Newly promoted UMSI faculty: Ceren Budak, Alain D. Cohn, Michael Nebeling, Stephen W. Oney, Lionel P. Robert, and Florian Schaub

Board of Regents approve 6 UMSI faculty for promotions


Six UMSI faculty members were promoted by the Board of Regents. Their new positions go into effect this fall.

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Michael Nebeling was quoted by AR post

Michael Nebeling discusses Extended Reality For Everybody


UMSI associate professor Michael Nebeling spoke with AR Post about the free Coursera Extended Reality For Everybody specialization.

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Michael Nebeling wearing a VR helmet and working with students in SI 659: AR/VR experiences

Extended reality: U-M online courses make XR accessible to everyone


UMSI Assistant Professor Michael Nebeling developed a new three-course online specialization on extended reality with a team at the U-M Center for Academic Innovation.

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Mozilla grant helps fund reimagining augmented reality browsers



Assistant professor Michael Nebeling has received a grant from Mozilla to reimagine how augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) content operates in browsers.

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