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Awards at the QoMEX


The paper "A Vital Improvement? Relating Google's Core Web Vitals to Actual Web QoE" by Nikolas Wehner, Monisha Amir, Michael Seufert, Raimund Schatz and Tobias Hoßfeld was awarded the Best Paper Award at the 14th International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX). In addition, the paper "Waiting Along the Path: How Browsing Delays Impact the QoE of Music Streaming Applications" by Anika Seufert, Ralf Schweifler, Fabian Poignée, Michael Seufert and Tobias Hoßfeld received an Honorable Mention Award for being a finalist for the Best Paper Award.


Efficiently evaluating large amounts of data: This competence is in demand in many areas. It is taught in the new bachelor's degree program "Artificial Intelligence and Data Science".