Annika Stampf, M.Sc.
Annika Stampf joined the HCI Group in June 2021 as a research assistant and PhD student.
Annika holds a M. Sc. in Media Informatics (2021) from Ulm University. She completed her master's thesis in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz AG. The title of the master thesis was User-Centric Exploration of In-Car Augmented Reality UI Concepts for See-Through Head-Mounted Displays.
Annika received her B. Sc. in Media Informatics from the University of Ulm in 2018.
I am happy to supervise theses and projects with a focus on the interaction with (partially) autonomous vehicles. A possible direction of the work could be, for example, multimodal interaction in autonomous vehicles. I am also open to your suggestions for topics. I am also open to suggestions for topics from you.
If you are interested, feel free to contact me via e-mail.
I am looking forward to our collaboration.
|Rejecting User Commands in Highly Autonomous Vehicles - Feasibility and Usability|
Further topics can be found under this Link.
The goal of the project SEMULIN (Self-supporting Multimodal Interaction) is the development of a self-supporting, natural and consistent human-machine interface for automated driving vehicles by means of multimodal input and output concepts.
In cooperation with Elektrobit Automotive GmbH (project lead), audEERING GmbH, Easy Innovation GmbH, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Infineon Technologies AG, University of Ulm, and the associated partner Mercedes-Benz AG, novel interaction concepts are developed considering multimodal input and output concepts.
Reviewer for CHI 2022