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In general, be it lectures or practical courses, I design the semester with the teaching philosophy: small groups, many hands-on experiences, and periodic presentations with open discussions involving all students in the course.

Lectures / Courses:


  • Bachelor Seminar (WS 2022/2023)
  • Master Seminar (SS 2022)
  • Bachelor Seminar (SS 2022)
  • Master Seminar (WS 2021/2022)
  • Bachelor Seminar (WS 2021/2022)
  • Master Seminar (SS 2021)
  • Master Seminar (WS 2020/2021)
  • Bachelor Seminar (WS 2020/2021)
  • Master Seminar “Ubiquitous Technologies for Augmenting the Human” (SS 2015)

Workshop/Tutorial/Course Organisation:

Advised Theses (From 2022 on only a small Selection):

Supervised Student Projects as PhD student (only until 2019):

  • 2018 Erik Kleinsteuber, Jamie Ullerich, and Maximilian Weiß: Investigating the Effect of the Field of View on the Mid-Air Pointing Accuracy
  • 2018 Eric Hämmerle, Gustav Murawski, Florin Rheinwald, and Emine Turcan: NLA-Tool
  • 2018 Christian Krauter, Joachim Spalink, and Jonas Vogelsang: Auswirkung des Parralaxenfehlers beim Benutzen von Touchscreens
  • 2017 Gerhard Breul, Hai Duy Dam, and Simon Hagenmayer: Usability improvement of a coffee machine
  • 2016 Phi Hung Dang, Yannick Kaupe, and Alexander Sawtschuk: Examining the influence of pixel density on text-related tasks
  • 2016 Andreas Preikschat, Markus Schweizer, and Ba Anh Vu: Ethnomethodologische Analyse von Kontrollräumen
  • 2016 Mirac Coskuner, and Tamara Mantz: Influence of Physical and Digital Object Arrangement on Office Work
  • 2015 Jan Hoffmann, Philipp Kratzer, and Stephan Roth: Design and evaluation of desktop effects for large high-resolution displays