#Human-Computer Interaction

The area of Human-Computer Interaction investigates how new media and technologies change the way in which humans and machines work together – from digital communication for senior citizens and new forms of communication and production in Industry 4.0 to virtual worlds of entertainment and art.

Projects

InnoFIT - novel forecasting tools

Improvement of forecasting processes and planning quality with the use of information technologies to increase the competitiveness of Austrian companies in the global market.

MEETeuX

Multi-Device Ecologies Towards Elaborate User Experience discusses issues of relevance regarding interaction design and user experience design and aims at an integrated use of media technology devices...

VisOnFire. Understanding and visualizing workflows

Visual Analysis of Large and Heterogeneous Scientific Workflows for Analytical Provenance. - A new visual forensic tool realizes the visualisation of data analysis workflows and helps to increase the ...

ISP Empowerment Game

Developing a smartphone game for self-empowerment to increase personal competences and develop new action patterns targeting vocational school students and apprentices.

Publications

Stoiber, C., Rind, A., Grassinger, F., Gutounig, R., Goldgruber, E., Sedlmair, M., … Aigner, W. (2019). netflower: Dynamic Network Visualization for Data Journalists. Computer Graphics Forum (EuroVis "19), 38(3).
Rottermanner, G., Settgast, V., Judmaier, P., Eschbacher, K., & Rokitansky, C.-H. (2019). VAST: A High-Fidelity Prototype for Future Air Traffic Control Scenarios. In Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work - Demos and Posters (Vol. Reports of the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies: vol. 3, no. 2). Salzburg, Austria: European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET).
Dahnert, M., Rind, A., Aigner, W., & Kehrer, J. (2019). Looking beyond the horizon: Evaluation of four compact visualization techniques for time series in a spatial context. ArXiv:1906.07377 [Cs].
Rind, A., Wagner, M., & Aigner, W. (2019). Towards a Structural Framework for Explicit Domain Knowledge in Visual Analytics. In Proc. Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare (VAHC 2019).
Michelberger, F. (2018, June). CargoRider 2 – Entwicklung eines neuen, innovativen Mobilitätsangebots zur einfacheren Nutzung von Frachtschiffreisen. Presented at the Vernetzungsworkshop Forschungsprojekte MdZ AS9 Personenmobilität, Wien.
Streit, M., Aigner, W., & Girardi, D. (2018, March). Injecting Life into Visualizations for Biomedical Research. Presented at the DBMI Open Insights Seminar, Harvard University.
Niederer, C., Blumenstein, K., Wagner, M., Emrich, S., & Aigner, W. (2018). Visualizing Text Data in Space and Time to Augment a Political News Broadcast on a Second Screen. In 9th International Conference on Information Visualization Theory and Applications (IVAPP 2018). Madeira: SCITEPRESS.
Niederer, C., Stitz, H., Hourieh, R., Grassinger, F.-G., Aigner, W., & Streit, M. (2018). TACO: Visualizing Changes in Tables Over Time. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (InfoVis "17), 24(1), 677–686. https://doi.org/10.1109/TVCG.2017.2745298
Luh, R., Schramm, G., Wagner, M., Janicke, H., & Schrittwieser, S. (2018). SEQUIN: a grammar inference framework for analyzing malicious system behavior. Journal of Computer Virology and Hacking Techniques, 01–21. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11416-018-0318-x
Bernard, J., Zeppelzauer, M., Sedlmair, M., & Aigner, W. (2018). VIAL – A Unified Process for Visual-Interactive Labeling. The Visual Computer, 34(1189), 16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00371-018-1500-3

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