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Florian Geyer successfully defended his Ph.D. Thesis

Today, Florian Geyer successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on “Interactive Spaces for Supporting Embodied Collaborative Design Practices”.Congratulations! Flo, we wish you all the best and hope to see you soon again! More information about his referees: Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer Prof. Dr. Erik A. Stolterman Prof. Dr. Oliver Deussen

2 Papers and Workshop at NordiCHI 2012

Our group contributes two papers and co-organizes a workshop at the NordiCHI 2012 conference which will take place from October 14th to October 17th in Copenhagen, Denmark. NordiCHI is the main Nordic forum for human-computer interaction research, with the conference proceedings published by ACM. The 7th NordiCHI conference is hosted by the IT University Copenhagen. [...]

7 Contributions to Mensch & Computer 2012

We are happy that 7 contributions from our group were accepted for presentation at this year’s Mensch & Computer conference. The largest German conference on Human-Computer Interaction will be hosted by our group in Konstanz from September 9th to September 12th. We will present two full papers: A Comparison of Spatial Grouping Techniques on Interactive [...]

Honorable Mention – Best Contribution to Creative Communication Award

Our paper Designing Reality-Based Interfaces for Creative Group Work which we presented at the 8th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference in Atlanta, USA was awarded with a Honorable Mention for Best Contribution to Creative Communication. Overall three papers were selected by the jury based on the following criteria: Communication, Creativity, Applicants, Design Innovation, Design for [...]

Full Paper and Award Nomination at Creativity and Cognition

Our group will present one full paper entitled Designing Reality-Based Interfaces for Creative Group Work at the 8th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference that will take place at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, USA from 3rd to 6th November 2011.We are also proud and honored that our contribution was nominated for the Best [...]

2 full papers accepted at Mensch & Computer 2011

Two full papers from our group were accepted for presentation at this year’s Mensch & Computer conference. The largest german conference on Human-Computer Interaction will take place in Chemnitz, Germany from September 11th to September 14th. We will present one paper on “content-sensitive navigation in traffic control” (Inhaltssensitive Navigation in der Verkehrsleitzentrale) and one paper [...]

We will present at INTERACT 2011

  We are proud to announce that our group will take part at this year’s INTERACT 2011 conference in Lisbon/Portugal in September 2011. At  this conference, we will present one full paper, one short paper, and one interactive demo. In addition we will attend the international workshop on encouraging serendipity in interactive systems. The scope of [...]

HCI group heading to ITS 2010 in Saarbrücken

Tomorrow afternoon, five of our group will start our trip to Saarbrücken to attend the 5th ACM Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS) conference. The ITS, despite being around for only 5 years now, is already one of the top conferences when it comes to reality-based interaction and tangible interfaces in general. Florian Geyer, Hans-Christian Jetter, Stephan Huber, [...]