Computer Science Perspectives in Human Computer Interaction

In this Proseminar, we discuss research results from the field of Human Computer Interaction with a focus on computer science. In recent decades, this area has changed extensively, mainly through technological innovations. We primarily consider these changed interactions between one or more people and one or more computers.

We will discuss both “traditional” innovations and challenges (e.g., Vannevar Bush’s Memex) but also more up-to-date research (e.g., human sensor). The goal is to discuss existing approaches and ideas from computer science perspective and to deduce influences for their own practice of software development.

In this course, we will cover a selection of important paper on pioneering work in HCI. Articles are chosen because they describe either a specific sub-area, represent the first article in a specific area, or introduce different approaches in the area. 

Further information will be provided soon.

InstructorClaudia Müller-Birn
Credit Points2
Number of Places10
RoomSR 009 (Arnimallee 6)
StartOct 15, 2015 | 10:00 AM
endFeb 11, 2016 | 12:00 PM

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM c.t.

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Studierende am Ende ihres Bachelorstudiums Informatik oder aus verwandten Disziplinen (Mathematik, Bioinformatik)