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.
Platform for digital makers, for interaction, efficient sharing of knowledge & experiences and nationwide coordination of activities
Comprehensive service programme to increase the transformation capacity and transformation speed of SMEs in Eastern Austria with regard to digital innovations
Using everyday low-cost robot sensors and smart speech recognition in assistance services for elderly people
Improvement of forecasting processes and planning quality with the use of information technologies to increase the competitiveness of Austrian companies in the global market.
Developing measures to support employee privacy whwn using tracking systems in industry and comparing positive aspects of tracking technologies with regard to occupational safety
Algorithms, Law and Society: Decision Makers between Algorithmic Guidance and Personal Responsibility
Investigating non-discriminatory and employee-friendly implementation of algorithmic decision support systems in the workplace
Zahorka, F. (2019, June). Projekt Umbrello: Digitale.Dorf.Dienste. Presented at the Mental Health 2.0? Internetbasierte Interventionen in der Behandlung und Prävention psychischer Erkrankungen., Stockerau.
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, 38(3), 699–711. https://doi.org/10.1111/cgf.13721
Stoiber, C., Rind, A., Grassinger, F., Gutounig, R., Goldgruber, E., Sedlmair, M., … Aigner, W. (2019). netflower: Dynamic Network Visualization for Data Journalists. In Computer Graphics Forum (EuroVis "19). Porto, Portugal. https://doi.org/10.1111/cgf.13721
Blumenstein, K., Oliveira, V. A. D. J., Größbacher, S., Boucher, M., Seidl, M., & Aigner, W. (2019). Design of Time-Oriented Visualization for Mobile Applications in Museums: A Comparative Evaluation. In Adjunct Proceedings CHItaly19 (pp. 39–43). Padova, Italy.
Blumenstein, K. (2019). Interweaving Physical Artifacts with Visualization on Digital Media in Museums. In Adjunct Proceedings CHItaly19 (pp. 26–28). Padova, Italy.
Wagner, A., Graf, P., & Michelberger, F. (2019). Improving the passive security. Presented at the Novi Horizonti, Doboj.
Michelberger, F., & Grossberger, H. (2019). Inspiring and Hiring the Next Generation - Strategies for a Common Approach. Presented at the 5th UIC World Congress on Rail Training, Rabat, Morocco.
Michelberger, F., & Größbacher, S. (2019). Methods for Reducing Fears of Passengers in the Mobility System. In Proceedings of 23rd International Scientific Conference - Part III (pp. 1239–1243). Palanga, Lithuania.
Nurgazina, J., Felberbauer, T., Altendorfer, K., & Zeiml, S. (2019). Visualization and Analysis of Customer Provided Forecasts. In M. Putz & A. Schlegel (Eds.), Simulation in Produktion und Logistik 2019 (pp. 445–454). Auerbach: Verlag Wissenschaftliche Scripten.
Stoiber, C., Grassinger, F., Pohl, M., Stitz, H., Streit, M., & Aigner, W. (2019). Visualization Onboarding: Learning How to Read and Use Visualizations. In IEEE Workshop on Visualization for Communication. Vancouver, BC, Canada: IEEE.