Research Interests
Written by Sebastian Feuerstack
October 4th, 2015
  • Model-driven Development of User Interfaces

    Developing an interactive application that should be run on several devices and even should support access via several modalities can be a tedious and cumbersome task. The heterogeneous landscape of devices available, equipped with different operating systems, requiring applications to be implemented with different computer languages, different user interface toolkits, need to follow different interaction […]
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  • Adaptive Layouting of User Interfaces

    Today information systems can be accessed at any time, any place and in any situation. The majority of people on the streets own a smart phone enabling them a mobile access to the internet. In our environments screens have been continuously growing in the last years from 12 inch up to 24 inch computer screens […]
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  • Modelling Multimodal Interaction

    Current Human-Computer Interaction by using the classical desktop-metaphor implemented by a screen, mouse, and keyboard setup requires the complete attention of the user’s eyes as well as his hands. Whereas this type of interaction has been proven to be efficient as it’s the main way of interacting with a computer, in a lot of situations […]
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  • Interaction in Smart Environments

    Peoples’ homes are currently flooded with a growing number of intelligent devices providing more and more “useful” features. New smart home devices are introduced as well as additional house control and telecommunication systems, each loaded with numerous complex functions making the handling increasingly difficult for end-users and developers. At the same time the number of […]
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