The Human-Centered Interfaces Research Group logo in a collage showing a learning group, a handheld device, a remote control for Interactive Digital Television and a Braille reader

The HCI Research Group

The Human-Centered Interfaces (HCI) Research Group at the Multimedia Campus Kiel is using means and methods of computer science, in order to learn more about the demands that users of interactive systems require. Technological platforms are evolving rapidly through the use of multimedia systems.

System requirements and user demands are diversifying, as the number of users of interactive systems at home and at work is increasing. In order to make computer-based sevices accessible, and satisfy these demands on a long term, the integration of diverse media, such as text, graphics, audio, video, and force feedback is necessary.

This site is featuring more detailed information on our research projects, lectures at both the Multimedia Campus and the University of Kiel as well as on the people behind the HCI Research Group.

The site is implemented using Apache Lenya, an open source web content management system, ensuring to produce valid XHTML and accessible content.

News

New pages on conferences with involvement of HCI

December 12, 2005

The Research section is now featuring an up-to-date overview of our involvement in international conferences like the ICCHP 2006, the 10th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, where a Special Thematic Session (STS) on "Materials for Teaching Accessibility and Design for All" has been announced by Julio Abascal (University of the Basque Country) and Gerhard Weber (Universität Kiel- Multimedia Campus).

Publications section now complete

October 3, 2005

The Publications section is now featuring an up-to-date overview of our publications, including a copy-and-paste functionality for BibTeX entries. The publications can be sorted either by the year or the author from the HCI Research Group.

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Last published: 2005-12-13 11:05:54