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Interactions and Interfaces

In our world that is full of digital communication and information offerings the effective usage of computers – especially the effective interaction between human and computer – determines personal success and participation in society and the acceptance of technology, the effectiveness and efficiency of business processes and of business model innovations. In this context, a directly comprehensible or self-explanatory use is an important sub-goal in lowering the requirements for access – both in applications for supporting private communication (for example in social media) and in applications for collaboration in enterprises (for example applications from the domain of Industry 4.0 / Cyber Physical Systems). Despite respectable progress in the past years especially the transparent integration still holds big challenges and opportunities.

This track addresses different topics around Human-Computer-Interaction, Computer-Supported Collaborative Work, E-Learning, Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems and User-adaptive Systems.

The following list of possible topics is neither exclusive nor concluding. All types of interesting and innovative research around the interaction of human and computer is welcome. We also welcome all different research methods including analytical, conceptual, design oriented, empirical and theoretical approaches.

Possible topics

  • Interactions in the Internet of Things and in Cyber Physical Systems
  • Participative and socially acceptable design of Cyber Physical Systems
  • Interactions with mobile and social media
  • Interactions with Pervasive Systems in medical science, production, work and leisure
  • Pervasive und ubiquitous support for knowledge management
  • Interaction und interfaces in Open Innovation
  • Usable Privacy and safety in the Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems
  • Analysis and modelling of interactions and interfaces in different application areas (e-business, knowledge management, leisure and entertainment, transportation, engineering medical science etc.)
  • Interactions in business processes and business models
  • Economic and societal aspects of interactions and interfaces

From the submissions in this track we will select some to be invited for a special issue of the journal i-com – Journal of Interactive Media.

Track Chairs

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lechner
Universität der Bundeswehr München
Prof. Dr. Michael Koch
Universität der Bundeswehr München

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Associate Editors

Andreas Breiter, Ifib, Universität Bremen
Michael Granitzer, Universität Passau
Jens Gulden, Universität Duisburg-Essen
Joerg Haake, FernUniversität in Hagen
Peter Heinrich, Universität Zürich
Heinrich Hussmann, LMU München
Monique Janneck, Fachbereich Elektrotechnik und Informatik, FH Lübeck
Martin Kristof Kindsmüller, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg
Stefan Kirn, Universität Hohenheim
Carsten Lucke, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen
Rainer Malaka, Universität Bremen
Wolfgang Prinz, Fraunhofer FIT / RWTH Aachen
Christian Reuter, Universität Siegen
Alexander Richter, IT-University Copenhagen
Albrecht Schmidt, Universität Stuttgart
Gerhard Schwabe, Universität Zürich
Volker Wulf, Universität Siegen

Track 6 - Session 1

Interaktionen und Interfaces / Interactions and Interfaces

13.02.2017, 11:00-12:30, Raum: 01-107

Session Chair: Gerhard Schwabe

Moritz von Hoffen; Friedrich Chasin; Martin Matzner; Florian Plente; Jan Hendrik Betzing: Testing Technical Feasibility in CPS Development Projects

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Dirk Metzger; Christina Niemöller; Benjamin Wingert; Tobias Schultze; Matthias Bues; Oliver Thomas: How Machines are Serviced - Design of a Virtual Reality-based Training System for Technical Customer Services

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Dennis Hummel; Silvia Schacht; Alexander Maedche: Multi-Channel Choice in Retail Banking Services: Exploring the Role of Service Characteristics

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Track 6 - Session 2

14.02.2017, 15:30-17:00, Raum: 01-110

Session Chair: Ulrike Lechner

Tobias Mirsch; Christiane Lehrer; Reinhard Jung: Digital Nudging: Altering User Behavior in Digital Environments

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Christian Reuter; Katja Pätsch; Elena Runft: Terrorbekämpfung mithilfe sozialer Medien - ein explorativer Einblick am Beispiel von Twitter

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Andreas Hoegen; Dennis M. Steininger; Daniel Veit: An Interdisciplinary Review of Investor Decision-Making in Crowdfunding

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