We are a research group in human-computer interaction. Our goal is to reinvent computer interfaces in order to seamlessly integrate digital media with the physical world, enabling more effective, expressive and engaging interactions. More…


Recent article about our group [english|german]

iSkin: Elastic On-Body Touch Sensors
PrintScreen: Digital Fabrication of Thin-Film Displays
More Than Touch
Flexpad
A Cuttable Multi-Touch Sensor
FoldMe
Handheld Tabletop
Xpaaand

News


    • Visit and Talks by Speakers from Hasselt University (Belgium)

      New Prospects for Ubiquitous Computing: Smart materials meet interactive computingFriday, 22 July 2016, 11:00-13:00, Bld. E1.7 (MMCI) Room 0.01Computing devices are getting seamlessly integrated into …More ...
    • Visit and talk by Stefanie Mueller (Hasso Plattner Institute)

      On July 13, Stefanie Mueller (PhD at the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at Hasso Plattner Institute) visited our group, giving a talk on “Interacting with personal …More ...
    • UbiComp workshop on skin interaction

      Our group is co-organizing the UbiComp 2016 workshop on “UnderWare: Aesthetic, Expressive, and Functional On-Skin Technologies” together with researchers from MIT, Harvard Medical School, and …More ...
    • Openings for post-doc and PhD positions

      Interested in joining our team? We currently have two openings: a post-doc position and a PhD position. More information can be found here. Related posts: …More ...
    • New Article in IEEE Computer

      Will skin be the next user interface for mobile computing? What is the state-of-the-art and what are open challenges? Read our new article in IEEE …More ...
    • New group name

      Jürgen Steimle has been appointed as a Full Professor for Human-Computer Interaction at the CS department of Saarland University. We will change our group’s name …More ...
    • New team member

      We welcome our new PhD student Aditya Nittala. Aditya has previously been at the Interactions Lab at the University of Calgary in Canada. No related …More ...