Seminar

Goal
Students will be able to research scientific literature on their own and hold a presentation about a current development in Human-Computer Interaction. After the seminar, students will write a report on their topic which will also include the content that arises in the discussions.

Content
During the summer terms we offer a seminar in which we present topics of new and present developments in Ubiquitous Computing, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things, Quantified Self or others.

In this seminar we try to give an overview of new developments and devices as well as their impact on the human life. This year’s topics are:

  • Quantified self
  • User Acceptance
  • Evaluation
  • Telepresence
  • Data privacy
  • Ethics
  • Ubiquitous Computing: Production
  • Ubiquitous Computing: Health care
  • Ubiquitous Computing: Touristic
  • Ubiquitous Computing: Free Time
  • Ubiquitous Computing: Gaming
  • Cooperative Systems
  • Technical Devices

Students will be provided one or more scientific papers on their topic as basis for their presentation. The presentation can be held in German or English.

Dates
This seminar will presumably take place in wintersemester 17/18

Exam
Credit Points: 3
In this seminar, students will hold a presentation and write a report about their topic.

Prerequisites
Wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechniken für Seminare

Recommended previous knowledge
No previous knowledge necessary.

Contact info
Michael PrillaMarkus Jelonek

Lecture material
StudIP

 

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