Our Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) group is fundamentally about putting people first in design and creating technologies that make a difference.

Read more 'about us' here....

As of Jan 2012, the group also includes the Center for Applied Assistive Technologies (formerly the Fortec research group of the Institute for Integrated Studies).

   

Articles Under "Most Cited Entertainment Computing Articles"

Friday, 25 December 2015 00:50

Two articles are listed under "Most Cited Entertainment Computing Articles" (the most cited articles published since 2010, extracted from Scopus):

   

Thesis: Co-located Synchronous Collaboration Visualizations

Monday, 07 December 2015 13:21

Together with the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Campus Hagenberg, Prof. Jetter we offer a bachelor thesis with focus on co-located synchronous collaboration by using, e.g., Tablets, Tabletops…

Since it is an ongoing collaboration with Prof. Jetter and the development of approaches and evaluation studies is also considered, it is also possible to find other topics for a master thesis or bachelor thesis.

For further information look through our Open Topics section.

   

Gesucht: Forschungsprojekt-Mitarbeiter/innen

Thursday, 15 October 2015 08:11

Haben Sie Lust, Ihre Bachelorarbeit/Diplomarbeit oder das Medieninformatik-Jahresprojekt »From Design to Software« im Rahmen eines Forschungsprojektes zu absolvieren? Wir suchen gerade Mitarbeiter/innen, die dieses und nächstes Semester an interessanten und praxisrelevanten Herausforderungen arbeiten/gestalten/coden möchten (Django/Python-Kenntnisse von Vorteil, aber nicht notwendig).

Bei Interesse: mail to purg(a)igw.tuwien.ac.at!

   

Save the date: WissKomm 2015 Hackathon

Thursday, 01 October 2015 12:01

In the context of the WissKomm Project, we are organizing a Science Communication Hackathon for young and nascent scientists with the goal to develop new, open forms of science communication. 

Saturday, 21. November 2015, 9:00 – 20:00, TU Wien, Festsaal and Boecklsaal

Invited are Pupils and Students older than 17 years interested in science, communication and media Participation is free, food and drinks will be supported!

More informations at http://wisskomm.at

   

New Bachelor Thesis Topic: Citizen Sensing with the Mobile Phone

Saturday, 22 August 2015 19:03

New Bachelor thesis topic available: “People's Pulse: Mobile Health App for Citizen-Sensing Physiological Data"

Skills required or to be accomplished in the course of the thesis: mobile app development (Android and/or iOs and/or HTML5/CSS), very good sense of interaction design and visualisations.

Description: We are looking for a motivated student to design and implement a mobile application for tracking health related data (mostly heart rate). The topic should be interesting, because it is in cooperation with the Biomedical Sensors group, and the main idea is to evaluate health related parameters using the app store. That is, we want to use the mobile phone as an instrument for sampling participants on a large scale (citizen sensing).

If you are interested and want to learn more about the project or have any other questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch - Looking forward to your message.



Florian Güldenpfennig - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

   

Waves Music Hackday

Monday, 17 August 2015 13:13

We are happy to announce that the TU Wien Institutes ISIS (188/1 - Software Technology) and IGW (187/2a - Human Computer Interaction) are - together with OCG, the Austrian Computer Society, and MusicBricks, an EU Innovation Action project - jointly organizing the "Waves Music Hackday" on October 3rd this year, a Music Informatics related event fostering the creation of new applications, technologies and/or performances related to music and technology.

http://www.wavescentraleurope.com/waves-music-hackday/
https://www.facebook.com/events/441414626059869/

   

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