PEOPLE / Marie Muehlhaus

: E 1.7 Room 2.02

PEOPLE / Marie Muehlhaus

Doctoral researcher

Marie Muehlhaus is a PhD student within the HCI Lab at Saarland University. She has received her MSc and BSc degree in Computer Science from Saarland University. During her Master studies, she researched on the design, implementation, and social acceptability of gesture-controlled hair interfaces.
Her research interest is in the intersection of wearable robots and empirical user studies, with a particular focus on the design of human-robot interactions.


Office: E 1.7 Room 2.02
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WRLKit: Computational Design of Personalized Wearable Robotic Limbs Abstract Wearable...more
WRLKitClient Review :
(UIST 2023)
Design and Fabrication of Body-Based Interfaces (Demo of Saarland HCI Lab) This Interactiv...more
Design and Fabrication of Body-based InterfacesClient Review :
(CHI 2023 Lab Demo)
FeatherHair Interacting with Sensorized Hair in Public Settings Human hair opens up new oppo...more
I Need a Third Arm! Eliciting Body-based Interactions with a Wearable Robotic Arm Abst...more
I Need a Third ArmClient Review :
(CHI 2023)