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Deliverables

Data Management Plan (DMP)

In month 1, as part of the Launch 3-day meeting we will develop a draft of the DyViTo’s Data Management Plan (DMP). We will discuss and refine the implementation of our agreed approach to Open Science and data management detailing what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated and preserved. The network wide-approach will ensure an international and inter-sectoral spread of best practice across the DyViTo partners. We plan to draw on the support services provided by Digital Curation Centre (DCC)70 and intend to have a member of their staff attend this meeting. The DMP will be finalized at the TA3: Complementary Skills Workshop A, month 5 with input from the ESRs, ensuring buy-in from all partners and ESRs as well as fostering a shared sense of ownership and responsibility for delivery. An Open Science Champion (Dr Andrew Logan, BRAD) will help the SB oversee training in aspects of dissemination and data management across network events and TAs and monitor delivery of the DMP. The DyViTo DMP itself will be submitted as a deliverable in month 6.

TA4: Advanced Training Course 2 and TA5: Network Meeting 3 with International Advisory panel in attendance (4 days)

Lead BILK (with support from UNEW). With up to 20 external participants, deliver in-depth scientific knowledge from experts at the highest international level, through extended (1.5–3 hour) lectures in their area of expertise. To provide training to researchers beyond DyViTo and to increase the visibility of the MCSA-ITN/ETN action, courses will be open to external participants. Selected lectures will be recorded and posted for download on the DyViTo website, along with course material (slides/handouts) from all lectures. To further outreach and dissemination, a widely advertised Public Lecture on a topic of broad interest will be held once in each course; it will be video recoded for upload on DyViTo’s and partners’ YouTube/Vimeo channels and websites. External speakers and network members will deliver course lectures. DyViTo partners personally know the proposed speakers and have already communicated with them regarding their participation in the courses. For each event, ESRs will help organize the courses, thereby gaining valuable organizational experience

TA4: Advanced Training Course 1 and TA5: Network Meeting 2 (4 days)

Lead GIESS (with support from UULM). With up to 20 external participants, deliver in-depth scientific knowledge from experts at the highest international level, through extended (1.5–3 hour) lectures in their area of expertise. To provide training to researchers beyond DyViTo and to increase the visibility of the MCSA-ITN/ETN action, courses will be open to external participants. Selected lectures will be recorded and posted for download on the DyViTo website, along with course material (slides/handouts) from all lectures. To further outreach and dissemination, a widely advertised Public Lecture on a topic of broad interest will be held once in each course; it will be video recoded for upload on DyViTo’s and partners’ YouTube/Vimeo channels and websites. External speakers and network members will deliver course lectures. DyViTo partners personally know the proposed speakers and have already communicated with them regarding their participation in the courses. For each event, ESRs will help organize the courses, thereby gaining valuable organizational experience

DyViTo Supervisory Board established

The DyViTo Supervisory Board is the primary management structure for developing, monitoring and delivering excellence in research, training and innovation within DyViTo. It consists of representatives from all partners and beneficiaries and 3 seats on the board are reserved for ESRs, on 9 month offset rotations.

TA3: Complementary Skills Workshops A and TA5: Network Meeting 1 (4 days)

Lead beneficiary: NMeM (with support from BRAD) TA3: Complementary Skills Workshops A: Responsible Research and Public Communication This 4-day workshop draws on the expertise of one of our non-academic partners NMeM (the workshop host) and other external experts as well as academic and non-academic DyViTo members. It is scheduled soon after the ESR recruitment is complete to ensure that the crucially important aspects of RRI are embedded from the beginning in their training and research. The collaborative and network wide approach to establishing the DyViTo Communication and Public Engagement Strategy as well as the dissemination and Data Management Plan (DMP) ensures buy-in from all partners and ESRs as well as a shared sense of ownership and responsibility for delivery and allows for an international and intersectoral spread of best practice across DyViTo network.

ESR positions advertised

Due month is -2 but websystem will not allow entry less than 1. Job announcements will be made as early as possible to ensure ample time for screening candidates, including time for two rounds where necessary to recruit the highest calibre of applicant. Vacancies will be advertised through the following channels to maximize visibility: (1) The ‘Jobs’ section of the DyViTo, EURAXESS and host institutions’ websites; (2) mailing lists and social media channels (both community-run and institutional); (3) high visibility journal postings (e.g. Nature jobs, Scientific American); (4) word-of-mouth with international colleagues outside the network; (5) postings at conferences; (6) Master’s programmes within and outside the network.

DyViTo website goes live

The website goes live (public) and includes consortium and project information. Blog entries, news and events will be updated on an ongoing basis until month 47.

Percpetual gloss standard

Delivered by Fellow: GIESS -ESR06 in collaboration with SCHLENK_Maile & Kuntz post industrial secondment. Report on the development and validation of a perceptually based end-to-end standard for measuring and communicating the characteristics (including dynamic aspects) of high gloss materials.

Softness perception

Delivered by Fellow: GIESS-ESR7. Report on the the time course of haptic and visual interactions for softness perception.

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Publications

From Hate to Love: How Learning Can Change Affective Responses to Touched Materials

Author(s): Müge Cavdan, Alexander Freund, Anna-Klara Trieschmann, Katja Doerschner, Knut Drewing
Published in: Haptics: Science, Technology, Applications - 12th International Conference, EuroHaptics 2020, Leiden, The Netherlands, September 6–9, 2020, Proceedings, Issue 12272, 2020, Page(s) 60-68
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-58147-3_7

A practical and efficient approach for correct z-pass stencil shadow volumes

Author(s): Baran Usta, Leonardo Scandolo, Markus Billeter, Ricardo Marroquim, Elmar Eisemann
Published in: High-Performance Graphics - Short Papers, 2019, ISSN 2079-8687

Scale ambiguities in material recognition

Author(s): Jacob Cheesseman, Filipp Scmidt, Roland Fleming
Published in: 2019 European Conference on Visual Perception, 2019, Page(s) 141-141

The many dimensions underlying perceived softness

Author(s): Muge Cavdan, Katja Doerschner, Knut Drewing
Published in: 2019 Material Science and Haptics Workshop, 2019

The temporal dynamics of daylight: Speed limits on perception

Author(s): Ruben Pastilha, Guarav Gupta, Naomi Gross, Anya Hurlbert
Published in: 2019 Symposium of the International Colour Vision Society, 2019, Page(s) 43-43

The Effect of Motion on the Perception of Material Appearance

Author(s): Ruiquan Mao, Manuel Lagunas, Belen Masia, Diego Gutierrez
Published in: ACM Symposium on Applied Perception 2019 on - SAP '19, 2019, Page(s) 1-9
DOI: 10.1145/3343036.3343122

Visual and Haptic Softness Perception

Author(s): Muge Cavdan, Knut Drewing, Katja Doerschner
Published in: 2019 European Conference on Visual Perception, 2019, Page(s) 416-416

Speed limits on seeing temporal changes in daylight

Author(s): Ruben C Pastilha, Gaurav Gupta, Anya Hurlbert
Published in: Journal of Vision, Issue 19/10, 2019, Page(s) 296d, ISSN 1534-7362
DOI: 10.1167/19.10.296d

Colour Variations within Light Fields: Interreflections and Colour Effect

Author(s): Cehao Yu, Elmar Eisemann, Sylvia Pont
Published in: 2019 European Conference on Visual Perception, 2019, Page(s) 210-210

Sensitivity to gloss

Author(s): Jacob R. Cheeseman, Roland W. Fleming
Published in: Journal of Vision, Issue 19/10, 2019, Page(s) 251c, ISSN 1534-7362
DOI: 10.1167/19.10.251c

The many dimensions underlying perceived softness: How exploratory procedures are influenced by material and the perceptual task *

Author(s): Muge Cavdan, Katja Doerschner, Knut Drewing
Published in: 2019 IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC), 2019, Page(s) 437-442
DOI: 10.1109/whc.2019.8816088

Recognising Materials Over Time

Author(s): Elisabeth De Korte, Andrew Logan, Marina Bloj
Published in: 2019 European Conference on Visual Perception, 2019, Page(s) 729-729