EISLAB-Overview Perception & Cognition Theory of Human-Computer Interaction Usability, User Interfaces & User Experience Mobile & Wearable Interaction Digitalization Manufacturing & Production Sensing Technologies & Sense Making Interaction with the Internet of Things Semantic Technologies Support in Daily Life Support in Healthcare Sensor- & Technology-based Assessment Technology Assessment and Influence & Societal Implications Life Technologies Internet of Things & Industry 4.0 Human-Computer Interaction
The main goal of embedded interaction is to look at new opportunities that arise from the sensor-actuator-based embedded systems for human-computer interaction and the immediate values users and system operators gain.
We research on methods, tools and applications of sensor-actuator-based networked embedded systems and novel forms of human-computer interaction with these systems.
Our key focus research areas are human-computer interaction, internet of things and industry 4.0 and life technologies.

Key focus research area: Human-Computer Interaction
  • Theory of Human-Computer Interaction
  • Perception and Cognition
  • Usability, User Interfaces and User Experience
  • Mobile and Wearable Interaction
Key focus research area: Internet of Things & Industry 4.0
  • Digitization
  • Manufacturing and Production
  • Sensing technologies and Sense Making
  • Interaction with the Internet of Things
  • Semantic Technologies
Key focus research area: Life Technologies  
  • Technology support in Daily Life
  • Technology support in Healthcare
  • Sensor- and Technology-based (self-) assessment
  • Technology Assessment, Technology Influence and Societal Implications
  • (Situation Awareness)
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