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Project Description

This is "The Multimedia Signal Processing and Security Lab", short WaveLab, website. We are a research group at the Artificial Intelligence and Human Interfaces (AIHI) Department of the University of Salzburg led by Andreas Uhl. Our research is focused on Visual Data Processing and associated security questions. Most of our work is currently concentrated on Biometrics, Media Forensics and Media Security, Medical Image and Video Analysis, and application oriented fundamental research in digital humanities, individualised aquaculture and sustainable wood industry.

Digital Humanities PLUS


Project Description:

The University of Salzburg (PLUS) and Salzburg State Digital Humanities project "Digitalisation in the Humanities, Social and Cultural Sciences (HSC)" comprises 8 different subprojects, out of which we participate in two: First, the project on "How Material Came into the Picture (KIKI)" (led by the Interdisciplinary Research Center for the Medieval and Early Modern Period - IMAREAL - see a project description), and Second, the "Wenceslas-bible digital edition and analysis" project (led by the Department of German Language and Literature, see a German project description).

These projects are conducted in collaboration with Isabella Nicka (IMREAL) and Manfred Kern (Department of German Language and Literature).





  • Oct 2022 - Sep. 2024


  1. [Nicka23a  ] Towards a distant viewing of depicted materials in medieval paintings Isabella Nicka, Andreas Uhl, Miriam Landkammer, Michael Linortner, Johannes Schuiki In Digital Humanities 2023. Collaboration as Opportunity (DH2023)Graz, Austria, Zenodo, July 10 - July 14, 2023
  2. [Schuiki23c   ] Towards Using Natural Images of Wood to Retrieve Painterly Depictions of the Wood of Christ's Cross Johannes Schuiki, Miriam Landkammer, Michael Linortner, Isabella Nicka, Andreas Uhl In Image Analysis and Processing. ICIAP 2023 Workshops (Fine Art Pattern Extraction and Recognition (FAPER'23)), pp. 359-371, Cham, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 14366, Springer International Publishing, September 11 - September 15, 2023