Welcome

Human-Computer Interaction
at the University of Oldenburg / OFFIS

 

Welcome to the webpage of the human-computer interaction (HCI) group at the University of Oldenburg and OFFIS. We develop interactive systems and computing technologies to enhance users’ lives. We focus primarily on mobile and ambient user interfaces, where we explore different novel modalities such as visual, auditory and tactile channels in pervasive displays. We strongly embed our research in the fields of personal health and safe transportation, that serve as major application domains.

Please have a look at our research and publications page to find more about our recent work. Students can find information about ongoing courses and thesis topics here.

Our lab is headed by Susanne Boll and Wilko Heuten. Please get in contact if you have questions.


News

28 NOV 2017 | Erika Root presents two interactive tangible artifacts for pre-adolescent children to teach computational thinking through tangible programming at MUM 2017
27 OCT 2017 | Susanne Boll presents “Towards a Tangible Storytelling Kit for Exploring Emotions with Children” at ACM Multimedia 2017
24 OCT 2017 | Susanne Boll and Jochen Meyer run second workshop on “Multimedia for Health and Health-Care” at ACM Multimedia 2017
17 OCT 2017 | Uwe Grünefeld wins Best Paper Honorable Mention for “EyeSee360: designing a visualization technique for out-of-view objects in head-mounted augmented reality” at Spatial User Interaction 2017
26 SEP 2017 | Shadan Sadeghianborojeni presents “Comparing Shape-Changing and Vibro-Tactile Steering Wheels for Take-Over Requests in Highly Automated Driving” at Automotive User Interfaces 2017
24 SEP 2017 | HCI Oldenburg hosts Automotive User Interfaces 2017!
12 SEP 2017 | Our CHI’17 paper by Koelle et al. “All about Acceptability?: Identifying Factors for the Adoption of Data Glasses” is now available in the ACM Digital Library