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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 0.08 entitled “Combining Modalities & Technologies for Creating Novel Interaction Techniques & Experiences”.

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Colloquium on Haptics with Invited Talks by Karon MacLean (UBC) and Christian Holz (MSR)

We are pleased to announce two invited talks on haptics: Friday, May 25, 2018, 10:15-11:45am, MPI for Informatics (E1.4), Room 019. Karon MacLean (University of British Columbia): Taking Haptic Design from Research to Practice and Christian Holz (Microsoft Research): Rich

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Openings for postdoctoral and PhD researchers

We have new openings with fully-funded positions for a post-doctoral fellow and a PhD researcher. You can find more information here.

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Dagstuhl Seminar On-Body Interaction

Together with Kasper Hornbaek (U Copenhagen), David Kirsh (UC San Diego) and Joe Paradiso (MIT), we co-organize a Dagstuhl seminar “On-Body Interaction: Embodied Cognition Meets Sensor/Actuator Engineering to Design New Interfaces”. You can find more information here.

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Hager Award nomination for interactive dress with paper electronics

“Read my mind” is an interactive dress that uses modular paper electronics to create a personal and customisable audio-visual experience. The installation was nominated for the Hager Award and will be curated at the Academy of Fine Arts HBK Saar

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Student team won first prize in Sensors 2017 Contest

A class project from our Physical Computing lecture won a first prize in the Sensors 2017 Contest of the Instructables platform. The project was led by the students Ahmed Mujtaba Chang and Muhammad Habib. They have developed an interactive jacket

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New paper on hydroprinted sensors and displays on everyday objects

Our new paper, published at IMWUT/UbiComp, presents a new fabrication technique to augment everyday objects of various materials with very thin sensors and displays. You can find more details here.

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Invited talk by Seongkook Heo (DGP Lab Toronto)

Dr. Seongkook Heo from the DGP Lab at the University of Toronto will give an invited talk on Tuesday 19 December at 2pm in Bld E1.7, Room 0.01: “Let it move—Creating force and movement feedback on the surface and in

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New team member Sebastian Rüstig

We welcome our new team member Sebastian Rüstig. Sebastian will be managing our new FabLab.

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Visiting researcher Jaeyeon Lee

We welcome visiting researcher Jaeyeon Lee from KAIST in Korea. Jaeyeon will give a talk about her research on Wed Dec 6th at 1pm (Bld E1.7, 001).

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