Topics and Contact Persons
- Contact person(s) for all mentioned topics: Prof. Dr. Rainer Malaka , DM Lab
- Robert Porzel: Natural Language Processing, Knowledge Representation and Embodied Interaction
- Susanne Putze: HCI methods for Open Science, Research methods for VR experiments
- Bastian Dänekas: Computer Science in Sports, Feedback Modalities for Heart Rate Zone Training in different Sport Scenarios
- Michael Bonfert: Virtual Reality Haptics: How realistic is haptic feedback in VR? (Forces, touch, pressure, temperature, etc.)
- Nima Zargham: Voice User Interfaces, Speech interaction in Games, Intelligent Personal Assistants
- Thomas Mildner: Dark Patterns, Digital Well-Being & Ethical Design
- Mehrdad Bahrini: Usable Security & Privacy
- Laura Spillner: Natural Language Processing, Explainable AI, Interaction with AI/Robots (HCI focused, does not require AI knowledge)
- Nina Wenig: Chatbots, Creative AI, Intelligent User Interfaces
- Katharina Hasenlust: Investigation of various aspects around mobile health applications, e.g. accessibility, adherence, trust.
- Kamyar Javanmardi: Natural Language Processing (NLP), Formal Semantics and Machine Learning Models in Language Processing, Knowledge Representation and Commonsense Reasoning
Some tips for theses
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Please register your final colloquia at the examination office!
Note for all graduating Bachelor, Master and Diploma students:
If you have handed in your thesis and your colloquium is coming up, please remember that you have to register your colloquium at the examination office (there is a registration form)! On this form you have to get the signatures of both referees.
The colloquium registration form must be posted on the 7th level in front of the Examinations Office eight days before the colloquium date, so please remember to do this early!
Please contact Mrs. Erradi or Mrs. Schabbehard: MZH 7050, Tel.-63516/-63517.