Lecture: Advanced Topics in HCI
- Lecturer: Dr. Lewis Chuang
- Tutor: Fiona Draxler
- Hours per Week (SWS): 2 Lecture + 2 Project
- ECTS credits: 6 (Lecture + Project)
- Modul: Vertiefende Themen der Medieninformatik und Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion für Master
- Language: English
Dates and Location
- Wednesday, 4pm - 6pm c.t.
- Prof.-Huber-Pl. 2, LEHRTURM-VU104
- April 24: There is now a slack channel for the lecture (ath-ss-19).
- April 24: Please sign up for project topics on UniWorX ("Abgabegruppen").
- May 23: The deadline for the paper submission will be the 26th of July.
- May 29: The prosters will be presented at Ubiaction on the 16th of July.
- June 19: Posters submitted until the 10th of July can be printed at university
- July 16: Poster presentations today start with a "madness" session at 6.15pm. The full schedule of the event can be found here: http://ubicomp.net/ubiaction/
The course "Advanced Topics in HCI" introduces foundations and current trends from different research areas in Human-Computer Interaction. Topics covered in the course include, but are not limited to, interactive surfaces, usable privacy and security, e-learning, brain-computer interfaces, eye tracking, and interaction with mobile devices.
The course consists of two parts:
- Lectures: All lectures will be held by the scientific staff of the LFE Medieninformatik. During these lectures, participants will receive an introduction to active research areas in HCI as well as to ongoing research projects in the department. The lectures also serve as a basis for the adjoint research project.
- Research Project: In parallel to the lecture, participants will work on scientific projects in groups of two to four people (appr. 2 weeks full time commitment). The scientific staff will provide topics and supervise participants during the project work. All projects include a concept phase as well as an implementation and/or evaluation phase. Projects may also include data analysis. The outcome of each project will be documented in the form of a scientific paper. There will be no regular sessions for the project work - rather participants are expected to meet with their supervisors on a regular basis. All participants are expected to present their projects during a seminar at the end of the term. Presentations will be in the form of posters.
- Andy Field and Graham Hole: How to Design and Report Experiments
- "The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research"
- Mensh B, Kording K (2017) Ten simple rules for structuring papers. PLoS Comput Biol 13(9): e1005619. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005619
- zip for LaTeX template: SIGCHI Extended Abstract Template (samples/sample-sigchi-a.tex)
|24 April 2019||Introduction; Distributing Topics||Lewis Chuang, Fiona Draxler|
|1 May||Reading Week (holiday)||-|
|8 May||Reading Week (no lecture)||-|
How to Write a CHI paper
Usable Security (in Smart Homes)
Understanding and Advancing Interaction in Public Spaces
Designing VR Interactions with the Bystander in Mind
Computational Mobile HCI
The Touch of Urgency
Matti Krüger (Honda Research Institute)
|19 June||Supporting Ubiquitous Learning with Technology||Fiona Draxler|
|26 June||Computational Mobile HCIExplainability of Intelligent Systems||Michael Chromik, Sarah Völkel|
Interplay of Automated Vehicles and Non-Motorized Road Users
Kai Holländer, Jingyi Li
|10 July||Haptic Feedback and Interaction in VR
Tangibles and Mental Models (?)
|16 July||Project Presentations at Ubiaction|
|17 July||no lecture|
|24 July||no lecture|
|27 July||Submission of Articles|