About us

The Human-Computer Interaction group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover was founded in July 2012. We are working on new interaction techniques for mobile, embedded, and ubiquitous systems.

What's up

Jul 19, 2018 Physical Computing Lab

The Physical Computing Lab is about the design of user interfaces for interactive devices and objects. This semester's topic was "interactive bikes." Teams of five students designed possible features of interactive bikes and implemented them prototypically. The projects are: Bikey a handlebar keyboard that may be used while biking, an adaptive distance projection using two line lasers and accelerometers, a blind spot monitor, and a group exertion monitor that measures the exertion levels of a group of cyclists and suggests a common speed.

Jul 10, 2018 Workshop at Ubicomp: Extended Submission Deadline

The submission deadline for our first international workshop on integrating physical activity and health aspects in everyday mobility at Ubicomp 2018 has been extended to August 6. Further information can be found in our call for papers.

Jun 04, 2018 Workshop at Ubicomp: Call for Papers

We organize the first international workshop on integrating physical activity and health aspects in everyday mobility at Ubicomp 2018 on October 8 in Singapore. We invite researchers to submit a position paper of up to four pages length by July 15. Further information can be found in the call for papers.

May 06, 2018 Pentelligence Project Page and Exhibition

After presenting our paper Pentelligence: Combining Pen Tip Motion and Writing Sounds for Handwritten Digit Recognition at CHI 2018 we now released the Pentelligence project page. On May 24 we will also exhibit our project at the Marktplatz der Möglichkeiten.

Mar 29, 2018 Data Science Hackathon 2018

Die Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informatik veranstaltet in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Gründungsservice "starting business" der Leibniz Universität Hannover einen Data Science Hackathon. Es geht um die Extraktion, Vorhersage und Visualisierung von Informationen aus verschiedenen Datensätzen. Aus diesen Datensätzen sollen Informationen extrahiert, vorhergesagt und visualisiert werden. Alle Studierenden der der Fakultät ET-INF sowie der anderen Fakultäten der Universität sind herzlich eingeladen, an diesem Hackathon teilzunehmen. Eine Anmeldung ist bis zum 12.4.2018 über Stud.IP erforderlich.

Mar 08, 2018 Summer Semester 2018

The times and locations of the classes of the summer semester 2018 have been updated.