Research Group Human-Computer-Interaction (HCI)

The Human-Computer-Interaction (HCI) group designs, implements (hard- and software) and evaluates novel interaction techniques, applications and services which either solve existing problems or provide new opportunities. We focus especially on research areas such as mobile human-computer-interaction, projected user interfaces, cross-device interactions, wearable user interfaces, interactions in smart environments, automotive user interfaces, health care, wellbeing and production planning.

The HCI research group is headed by Opens external link in new windowEnrico Rukzio and includes Opens external link in new windowDavid Dobbelstein (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowFlorian Geiselhart (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowJan Gugenheimer (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowPhillip Hock (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowKatrin Plaumann (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowMichael Rietzler (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowDennis Wolf (research associate), Opens internal link in current windowMichael Otto (external PhD student at Daimler AG) and Opens internal link in current windowPhilipp Agethen (external PhD student at Daimler AG)

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