About us

The Human-Computer Interaction Group is part of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Leibniz University Hannover. Our research and teaching focuses on the design, implementation, and evaluation of mobile, wearable, and ubiquitous interactive systems. Current topics include the application of machine learning techniques in sensor-based mobile interactions and mobile haptic feedback, e.g. for pedestrian navigation and visually impaired people.

What's up

Oct 07, 2020 Best Paper Award at MobileHCI 2020

We are happy to announce that our paper Augmenting Public Bookcases to Support Book Sharing by Maximilian Schrapel, Thilo Schulz and Michael Rohs was honored with the Best Paper Award at MobileHCI 2020. 🏆

Oct 01, 2020 Hannover HCI group at MobileHCI 2020

We will present one full paper and organize one workshop at MobileHCI 2020:

  • Maximilian Schrapel, Thilo Schulz and Michael Rohs. Augmenting Public Bookcases to Support Book Sharing
  • Shadan Sadeghian, Maximilian Schrapel, Philipp Wintersberger, Christian Koetsier, Andrew L. Kun, Matthias Laschke, Andreas Riener, Michael Rohs, Johannes Schering. International Workshop on Designing Technologies for Future Forms of Sustainable Mobility

Sep 02, 2020 Dissertation Jan-Frederik Kassel

Wir gratulieren Jan-Frederik Kassel zur erfolgreichen Verteidigung seiner Dissertation zum Thema "On Intelligible Multimodal Visual Analysis"!

Jun 19, 2020 Workshop at MobileHCI: Call for Participation

We organize the virtual International Workshop on Designing Technologies for Future Forms of Sustainable Mobility at MobileHCI 2020 on October 5. We invite researchers to submit a position paper of up to four pages length by Ausgust 14. Further information can be found in the call for participation.

Mar 16, 2020 Corona-Situation

Auf Grund der aktuellen Lage zur Ausbreitung des Coronavirus werden am Fachgebiet momentan keine externen Personen empfangen. Die Sprechstunden finden bis auf weiteres ausschließlich elektronisch (Telefon, Email) statt. Die Hochschulleitung hat die aktuelle Prüfungsphase vorerst ausgesetzt. Der Beginn des Lehrbetriebs wurde auf den 20.4. verschoben. Aktuelle Meldungen der Universität zum Coronavirus.

Mar 06, 2020 Hannover HCI Group at CHI 2020

We will present one full paper and a late-breaking result at CHI 2020: