June 24, 2024; Christina Warren

At the 16th International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX’24), Dietmar Saupe and Mohsen Jenadeleh from our completed Project A05 "Visual Quality Assessment" each won a Best Reviewer Award. With the award, the award committee recognizes them for their valuable and constructive feedback provided during the rigorous paper review process. Congratulations!

SFB-TRR 161 researchers also made several contributions to the program of QoMEX'24. The paper "Impact of feedback on crowdsourced visual quality assessment with paired comparison" (authors: Mohsen Jenadeleh; Alexander Heß; Simon Hviid Del Pin; Edwin Gamboa; Matthias Hirth; Dietmar Saupe) was presented in Oral Session 3: Audio / Visual User Experience. It was also nominated for a Best Paper Award. "An Image Quality Dataset with Triplet Comparisons for Multi-dimensional Scaling" (authors: Mohsen Jenadeleh; Frederik Dennig; Rene Cutura; Quynh Ngo; Daniel Keim; Michael Sedlmair; Dietmar Saupe) is a result of the SFB-TRR 161 Hackathon held in January 2024 and was presented in Poster Session 2.

Dietmar Saupe and Mohsen Jenadeleh were also co-organizers of a Special Session on Statistical Modeling and Analysis
of Subjective and Objective Image Quality Assessments. Furthermore, Mohsen Jenadeleh chaired Oral Session 5 on "Datasets and Tools".

QoMEX'24 took place from June 18 to 20, 2024 in Karlshamn, Sweden. It brought together leading experts from academia and industry to present and discuss current and future research on multimedia quality, quality of experience (QoE) and user experience (UX).

Links:  More about QoMEX'24

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