Human-Computer Interaction Group
The HCI Group at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Campus Essen) researches on the crossroads of human-computer interaction and ubiquitous computing. We explore how mobile, wearable, and ubiquitous computer can be used to create a benefit to the user. We particularly focus in our current research projects on providing novel and implicit ways to authenticate users, improve user's health through digital technology, interacting with autonomous systems, and providing immerse multi-user environments in virtual reality. We are part of the paluno, the Ruhr Institute for Software Technology.
An overview of the covered topics can be found at our Research as well as at the Available Topics page.
Thu, 04. Jan. 2018 Schneegass, Stefan
Neuer externer Doktorand: Max Pascher
Sat, 07. Oct. 2017 Schneegass, Stefan
Lehre Wintersemester 2017/18
Wed, 27. Sep. 2017 Auda, Jonas
Team LYRA unter den FLYING LAB FINALISTS
Wed, 13. Sep. 2017 Schneegass, Stefan
Thu, 01. Jun. 2017 Schneegass, Stefan
Neuer Mitarbeiter: Jonas Auda
Wed, 22. Apr. 2020 Auda, Jonas
Start of the Human-Computer Interaction Group
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