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Guest Researchers/Invited Researchers

Katharina Scheiter (November 2016)

Leader of the working group “Multiple Representations” at the Institut für Wissensmedien Tübingen, Germany; Full Professor for Empirical Teaching and Learning Research at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Germany
“Integration multipler Repräsentationen: Von den kognitiven Grundlagen bis zur Anwendung in der Praxis”

Johannes Breuer (December 2015)

Postdoc Media and Communication Psychology group, Universität Köln; ERC-project “Redefining the Strength” at Knowledge Media Research Center, Tübingen.
Lecture “Can smartphones make people smarter? Challenges and opportunities for the design and use of mobile educational games”

Verena Nitsch (October 2015)

Assistant Professor of Cognitive Ergonomics, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
Lecture “Natural Human-Machine Interaction: is multimodality the key feature of the Natural User Interface?”

Nicholas David Bowman (July 2015)

Associate Professor of Communication Studies, West Virginia University, USA
Lecture “Achtung! The Technology Demands Your Attention (And We Demand the Same)”

Marc Erich Latoschik (June 2015)

Professor for Human Computer Interaction, Universität Würzburg, Germany
Lecture on “Intelligent, Interactive, Multimodal – Techniques for Future Human-Computer Interfaces”

Kiyoshi Kiyokawa (December 2014)

Associate Professor at Cybermedia Center, Osaka University, Japan
Lecture on “Head Mounted Display Technologies for Augmented Reality”
Lecture on “Future Directions of Augmented Reality Display Technologies”

Brian Fisher (December 2014)

Associate Professor, Simon Frasier University, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada
Lecture “For a translational cognitive science of interactiony”

Aaron Marcus (October 2014)

President AM+A, Berkeley, California, USA
Lecture on “Mobile User-Experience Design”

Dr. Petra Isenberg (July 2014)

Research scientist (CR1) at INRIA, Saclay, France in the Aviz research group
Lecture on “Display Technology & Visualization”

Betty Mohler (July 2014)

project leader of the group “Perception and Action in Virtual Environments (PAVE) at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany
Lecture on “Perception research using immersive virtual reality technology”

Celso de Melo (July 2014)

researcher at the University of Southern California, USA
Lecture on “The social functions of emotions in humans and computers”

Eva Hornecker (July 2014)

Professor of Human-Computer-Interaction at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany
Lecture on “Shared interactions beyond the desktop: how new interface types can support sociable user experiences”

Nicole Krämer (July 2014)

Professor for social psychology at the University Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Lecture on “Interacting with robots and virtual agents – An overview of research on prerequisites and social”

Harald Reiterer (February 2014)

Professor for Human Computer Interaction, University of Konstanz, Germany
Lecture on “Taking the real world as an example – New ways of interaction in digital worlds”

Gregory F. Welch (June 2013)

Research Professor, University of Central Florida, USA (Institute for Simulation & Training)
Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA (Department of Computer Science)
Guest Lecture on “Physical-Virtual Humans for Training and Teleportation”

Kerstin Dautenhan (May 2013)

Professor, University of Hertfordshire, UK (School of Computer Science; Adaptive Systems Research Group)
Lecture and Workshop on “Human-Robot-Interaction”

Christian Werner Becker-Asano (February 2013)

Lecturer, University of Freiburg, Germany (Research Group on the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence)
Lecture on “Modelling of Emotions and android robots” and Workshop on “Towards a Smart Virtual Worker”