About

Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio joined Ulm University in April 2012 where he heads the Opens internal link in current windowHuman-Computer-Interaction group which receives substantial funding from the Emmy Noether - Programme funded by the German Research Foundation. Prior to coming to Ulm he was an assistant professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen (2010 till 2012). He worked as aOpens external link in new window RCUK academic fellow and lecturer at Lancaster University from 2006 to 2013 (part-time since 2010). He received his doctorate in computer science from University of Munich in 2007 and his MSc in in Computer Science at the Technical University of Dresden in 2002.

Prof. Dr. Enrico Rukzio publishes his research in leading conferences (e.g. at CHI, UIST, Ubicomp, Mobile HCI or Percom), journals (e.g. IEEE Pervasive Computing) and workshops (e.g. HotMobile) and holds 3 patents. Together with his students, he has won best paper awards at CHI, MobileHCI, ITS and MUM. He is Conference Co-Chair of MobileHCI 2015, SIG Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowCHI 2014 & CHI 2015, was PC Co-Chair of Opens external link in new windowMobile HCI 2013 and Conference Chair of Opens external link in new windowMUM 2012. Enrico regularly serves as a program committee member /associate chair for conferences (e.g. ACM Multimedia, CHI, Mobile HCI, Percom, Ubicomp or WWW) and regularly reviews for various funding bodies (e.g. BMBF, DFG, NWO or SNF). His research and supervision has been funded by BMBF, DFG, EU, DOCOMO Euro-Labs, EPSRC, Nokia, Mercator Foundation and NWDA.

Fields of research and publications

My research focuses on the investigation of novel interaction techniques, applications and services which support the interaction with mobile devices, wearable devices and pervasive user interfaces. This includes especially the interaction with personal projectors, projected user interfaces, horizontal and vertical displays, smart environments, cars and production planning environments.

Publications (selection)

More detailed lists of my publications can be found at the end of this webpage, at Opens external link in new windowGoogle Scholar, Opens external link in new windowDBLP, Opens external link in new windowResearchGate or at Opens external link in new windowmy homepage at Lancaster University

Enrico Rukzio, Paul Holleis, Hans Gellersen. Personal Projectors for Pervasive Computing. In IEEE Pervasive Computing. 8 pages. 2012.

Niels Henze, Enrico Rukzio, Suanne Boll. Opens external link in new windowObservational and Experimental Investigation of Typing Behavior using Virtual Keyboards for Mobile Devices (Opens external link in new windowYoutube). In Proceedings of CHI 2012 (ACM). 10 pages. 2012. [Winner of Best Paper Award].

Sonja Rümelin, Enrico Rukzio, Robert Hardy. Opens external link in new windowNaviRadar - A Novel Tactile Information Display for Pedestrian Navigation (Opens external link in new windowYoutube). In Proceeding of UIST 2011(ACM). 10 pages. 2011.

Niels Henze, Enrico Rukzio and Susanne Boll. Opens external link in new window100,000,000 Taps: Analysis and Improvement of Touch Performance in the Large. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2011 (ACM). 10 pages. 2011. [Winner of Best Paper Award]

Christian Winkler, Christian Reinartz, Diana Nowacka, Enrico Rukzio. Opens external link in new windowInteractive Phone Call: Synchronous Remote Collaboration and Projected Interactive Surfaces (Opens external link in new windowYoutube). In Proceeding of ITS 2011 (ACM). 10 pages. 2011.

Robert Hardy, Enrico Rukzio, Paul Holleis and Matthias Wagner. Opens external link in new windowMyState: Sharing Social and Contextual Information through Touch Interactions with Tagged Objects. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2011 (ACM). 10 pages. 2011.

Robert Hardy, Enrico Rukzio, Paul Holleis and Matthias Wagner. Opens external link in new windowMobile Interaction with Static and Dynamic NFC-based Displays. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2010 (ACM). 10 pages. 2010.

Bastian Schildbach and Enrico Rukzio. Opens external link in new windowInvestigating Selection and Reading Performance on a Mobile Phone while Walking. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2010 (ACM). 10 pages. 2010.

Dominik Schmidt, Fahim Chehimi, Enrico Rukzio and Hans Gellersen. Opens external link in new windowPhoneTouch: A technique for direct phone interaction on surfaces (Opens external link in new windowYoutube). In Proceeding of UIST 2010 (ACM). 4 pages. 2010.

Enrico Rukzio, Michael Mueller, Robert Hardy. Opens external link in new windowDesign, Implementation and Evaluation of a Novel Public Display for Pedestrian Navigation: The Rotating Compass. In Proceeding of CHI 2009 (ACM). 10 pages. 2009.

Khoovirajsingh Seewoonauth, Enrico Rukzio, Robert Hardy, Paul Holleis. Opens external link in new windowTouch & Connect and Touch & Select: Interacting with a Computer by Touching it with a Mobile Phone (Opens external link in new windowYoutube). In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2009 (ACM). 9 pages. 2009.

Gregor Broll, Enrico Rukzio, Massimo Paolucci, Matthias Wagner, Albrecht Schmidt, Heinrich Hussmann. Opens external link in new windowPERCI: Pervasive Service Interaction with the Internet of Things. IEEE Internet Computing. 8 pages. November/December 2009.

Robert Hardy, Enrico Rukzio. Opens external link in new window Touch & Interact: Touch-based Interaction of Mobile Phones with Displays. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2008 (ACM). 10 pages. 2008.

Alina Hang, Enrico Rukzio, Andrew Greaves. Opens external link in new windowProjector Phone: A Study of Using Mobile Phones with Integrated Projector for Interaction with Maps. In Proceeding of Mobile HCI 2008 (ACM). 10 pages. 2008.

Gregor Broll, Sven Siorpaes, Enrico Rukzio, Massimo Paolucci, John Hamard, Matthias Wagner, Albrecht Schmidt. Opens external link in new windowSupporting Mobile Service Usage through Physical Mobile Interaction.In Proceeding of Percom 2007(IEEE). 10 pages. 2007.

Enrico Rukzio, Karin Leichtenstern, Vic Callaghan, Albrecht Schmidt, Paul Holleis, Jeannette Chin. Opens external link in new windowAn Experimental Comparison of Physical Mobile Interaction Techniques: Touching, Pointing and Scanning. In Proceeding of Ubicomp 2006 (Springer). 18 pages. 2006.

Referenzen

2014

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Julian Seifert Person, Sebastian Boring, Christian Winkler Person, Florian Schaub, Fabian Schwab, Steffen Herrdum, Fabian Maier, Daniel Mayer und Enrico Rukzio Person
Hover Pad: Interacting with Autonomous and Self-Actuated Displays in Space
Proceedings of ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST)
Oktober 2014
akzeptiert
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Christian Winkler Person und Enrico Rukzio Person
Projizierte tischbasierte Benutzungsschnittstellen
Informatik-Spektrum, :1-5
Mai 2014
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Christian Winkler Person, Julian Seifert Person, David Dobbelstein Person und Enrico Rukzio Person
Pervasive Information through Constant Personal Projection: The Ambient Mobile Pervasive Display (AMP-D)
Proc. of CHI 2014 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), ACM, 10 pages, Honorable Mention Award
April 2014
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Christian Winkler Person, Markus Loechtefeld, David Dobbelstein Person, Antonio Krueger und Enrico Rukzio Person
SurfacePhone: A Mobile Projection Device for Single- and Multiuser Everywhere Tabletop Interaction
Proc. of CHI 2014 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), ACM, 10 pages
April 2014
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Florian Schaub, Julian Seifert Person, Frank Honold, Michael Mueller, Enrico Rukzio Person und Michael Weber
Broken Display = Broken Interface? The Impact of Display Damage on Smartphone Interaction
Conditionally accepted for Proc. of CHI 2014 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), ACM, 10 pages
2014

2013

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Adalberto L. Simeone, Julian Seifert Person, Dominik Schmidt, Paul Holleis, Enrico Rukzio Person und Hans Gellersen
A Cross-Device Drag-and-Drop Technique
International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia - MUM '13,
2013
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Julian Seifert Person, David Dobbelstein Person, Dominik Schmidt, Paul Holleis und Enrico Rukzio Person
From the Private Into the Public: Privacy-Respecting Mobile Interaction Techniques for Sharing Data on Surfaces.
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Springer, 14 pages,
2013
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Markus Rader, Clemens Holzmann, Enrico Rukzio Person und Julian Seifert Person
MobiZone: Personalized Interaction with Multiple Items on Interactive Surfaces
International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia - MUM '13,
2013
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Christian Winkler Person, Julian Seifert Person, Christian Reinartz, Pascal Krahmer und Enrico Rukzio Person
Penbook: Bringing Pen+Paper Interaction to a Tablet Device to Facilitate Paper-Based Workflows in the Hospital Domain
Proc. of ITS 2013 (ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces), ACM, 4 pages [Winner of Best Note Award],
2013
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Julian Seifert Person, Markus Packeiser und Enrico Rukzio Person
Adding Vibrotactile Feedback to Large Interactive Surfaces
In Proc. of Interact 2013 (IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction), Springer.
2013
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Kaisa Väänänen-Vainio-Mattila, Jonna Hakkila, Alvaro Cassinelli, Jörg Müller, Enrico Rukzio Person und Albrecht Schmidt
Experiencing interactivity in public spaces (eips).
In Extended Abstracts of CHI '13 (ACM Annual Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), ACM, 4 pages.
2013
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Julian Seifert Person, Dennis Schneider und Enrico Rukzio Person
Extending Mobile Interfaces with External Screens
In Proc. of Interact 2013 (IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction), Springer, 8 pages.
2013
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