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…

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LASEC: Instant Fabrication of Stretchable Circuits
How do Epidermal Devices affect Tactile Perception?
Eliciting Single-hand Microgestures for Handheld Objects
Tacttoo: Thin and Flexible Electro-Tactile Actuator
Thin and Flexible On-Body Multi-Touch Sensors
SkinMarks: Enabling Interactions on Body Landmarks
iSkin: Elastic On-Body Touch Sensors
PrintScreen: Digital Fabrication of Thin-Film Displays
More Than Touch
A Cuttable Multi-Touch Sensor


    • Best Paper Awards at UIST 2019

      Two of our contributions at ACM UIST 2019 are recognized with Best Paper awards: Soft Inkjet Circuits: Rapid Multi-Material Fabrication of Soft Circuits using a …More ...
    • 4 Papers at UIST 2019

      Four full papers have been (conditionally) accepted for publication at UIST’19. As always at UIST, all papers are accepted conditionally at this point. Soft Inkjet …More ...
    • Open PhD and post-doc positions

      We have openings for doctoral researchers and post-doctoral positions. All positions are fully funded. You can find more information here. Related posts: Openings for postdoctoral …More ...
    • Honorable Mention Awards at CHI 2019

      Two of our contributions at ACM CHI 2019 were recognized with Honorable Mention awards: Like a Second Skin: Understanding How Epidermal Devices Affect Human Tactile …More ...
    • 4 Papers at CHI 2019

      We’ll be presenting four full papers at CHI 2019: “Grasping Microgestures: Eliciting Single-hand Microgestures for Handheld Objects” (by Adwait Sharma, Joan Sol Roo, Jürgen Steimle) …More ...
    • Best Paper Award at ACM ISS 2018

      Our paper “FingerInput: Capturing Expressive Single-Hand Thumb-to-Finger Microgestures” has received the Best Academic Paper Award at the 2018 ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and …More ...
    • Visiting Researcher Konstantin Klamka (TU Dresden)

      We welcome our visiting researcher Konstantin Klamka from TU Dresden. Konstantin will give a talk this week on Friday at 13:00 in Bld E1.7, Room …More ...