About

Enrico Rukzio is a Professor of Media Informatics, the head of theOpens internal link in current window Human-Computer-Interaction group and director of the Institute for Media Research and Media Development at Ulm University. He is interested in designing intelligent interactive systems that enable people to be more efficient, satisfied and expressive in their daily lives. His research focuses on the design of novel interaction concepts, devices and applications in areas such as mobile and wearable interaction, projected user interfaces, computerized eyewear, cross-device interactions, interaction in smart environments, human-technology interaction for elderly people, automotive user interfaces and interactive production planning.

Enrico Rukzio publishes his research in leading conferences (e.g. at CHI, UIST, Ubicomp, Mobile HCI or Percom), journals (e.g. IEEE Pervasive Computing), magazines (e.g. ACM Interactions) and holds 3 patents. Together with his students, he has Opens internal link in current windowwon best paper awards at CHI, EuroVR, ITS, MobileHCI and MUM. He has supervised three PhD students to completion and served on PhD thesis committees in Australia, Finland, Germany, Sweden and UK.

Enrico regularly serves as a program committee member /associate chair for conferences (e.g. ACM Multimedia, CHI, Mobile HCI, Percom, TEI, Ubicomp or WWW) and regularly reviews for various funding bodies (e.g. BMBF, DFG, NWO or SNF). He was Conference Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowMobileHCI 2015, PC Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowMUM 2015, PC Chair of Opens external link in new windowISCT 2015, SIG Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowCHI 2015 & Opens external link in new windowCHI 2014, PC Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowMobile HCI 2013 and Conference Chair of Opens external link in new windowMUM 2012

He was awarded an Opens external link in new windowEmmy Noether Grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG), one of the most prestigious personal grants for researchers in Germany. In 2012 he became a member of the “Opens external link in new windowJunge Kolleg“ of the renowned North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts. His research and supervision has been funded by BMBF, Carl Zeiss Foundation, DFG, EU, DOCOMO Euro-Labs, EPSRC, Nokia, Mercator Foundation and NWDA.

Prior to his current position, he was an Assistant Professor at the Opens external link in new windowRuhr Institute for Software Technology (University of Duisburg-Essen) and a RCUK academic fellow & lecturer at theOpens external link in new window School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the Opens external link in new windowUniversity of Munich

Publications

Detailed lists of my publications can also be found at Opens external link in new windowDBLP, at Opens external link in new windowResearchGate or at Opens external link in new windowmy outdated former homepage.

Referenzen

2016

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Jan Gugenheimer Person, Dennis Wolf Person, Eythor Eiriksson, Pattie Maes und Enrico Rukzio Person
GyroVR: Simulating Inertia in Virtual Reality using Head Worn Flywheels
Conditionally Accepted to UIST 2016 (ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology),
Oktober 2016
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Jan Gugenheimer Person, David Dobbelstein Person, Christian Winkler Person, Gabriel Haas und Enrico Rukzio Person
FaceTouch: Enabling Touch Interaction in Display Fixed UIs for Mobile Virtual Reality
Conditionally Accepted to UIST 2016 (ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology),
Oktober 2016
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Florian Geiselhart Person, Michael Rietzler Person und Enrico Rukzio Person
EyeVR - Low Cost VR Eye Interaction
In Adj. Proc. (Demo) of Ubicomp 2016 (ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing),
September 2016
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Katrin Plaumann Person, Michael Müller und Enrico Rukzio Person
Circular Selection: Optimizing List Selection for Smartwatches
In Proc. of ISWC 2016 (International Symposium on Wearable Computers),
September 2016
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Philipp Agethen, Michael Otto, Stefan Mengel und Enrico Rukzio Person
Using Marker-less Motion Capture Systems for Walk Path Analysis in Paced Assembly Flow Lines
In Proc. of 6th Conference on Learning Factories (CLF),
Juli 2016
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Michael Rietzler Person, Florian Geiselhart Person, Janek Thomas und Enrico Rukzio Person
FusionKit: A Generic Toolkit for Skeleton, Marker and Rigid-Body Tracking
In Proc. of EICS 2016 (8th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems),
Juni 2016
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Katrin Plaumann Person, David Lehr und Enrico Rukzio Person
Who Has the Force? Solving Conflicts for Multi User Mid-Air Gestures for TVs
In Proc. of TVX 2016 (ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for Television and Online Video),
Juni 2016
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Jan Gugenheimer Person, Dennis Wolf Person, Gabriel Haas, Sebastian Krebs und Enrico Rukzio Person
SwiVRChair: A Motorized Swivel Chair to Nudge Users' Orientation for 360 Degree Storytelling in Virtual Reality
In Proc. of CHI 2016 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems),
Mai 2016
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Jan Gugenheimer Person, David Dobbelstein Person, Christian Winkler Person, Gabriel Haas und Enrico Rukzio Person
FaceTouch: Touch Interaction for Mobile Virtual Reality
In Adj. Proc. (Demo) of CHI 2016 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems),
Mai 2016
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David Dobbelstein Person, Philipp Henzler und Enrico Rukzio Person
Unconstrained Pedestrian Navigation based on Vibro-tactile Feedback around the Wristband of a Smartwatch
In Adj. Proc. (Poster) of CHI 2016 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems),
Mai 2016
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Michael Otto, Michael Prieur, Philipp Agethen und Enrico Rukzio Person
Dual Reality for Production Verification Workshops: A Comprehensive Set of Virtual Methods
In Proc. of 6th CIRP Conference on Assembly Technologies and Systems (CATS),
Mai 2016
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Jan Gugenheimer Person, Frank Honold Person, Dennis Wolf Person, Felix Schlüssel, Julian Seifert Person, Michael Weber Person und Enrico Rukzio Person
How Companion-Technology can Enhance a Multi-Screen Television Experience: A Test Bed for Adaptive Multimodal Interaction in Domestic Environments
KI - Künstliche Intelligenz, 30(1)
Februar 2016
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Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio

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Universität Ulm
Institut für Medieninformatik
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