Courses at Vienna University of Technology

Summer 2018  
HCI in Healthcare
Winter 2018/19  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (20 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (09 students)
(Responsibiity: 100% course design, lectures)
Summer 2018  
 
HCI in Healthcare (12 students)
(Stand-in for Prof. Fitzpatrick)
Winter 2017/18  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (22 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (12 students)
(Responsibiity: 100% course design, lectures)
Summer 2017  
 
Basics oh Human-Computer Interaction (675 students)
(Responsibiity: 60% of lectures)
From Design to Software 1 (2 students)
Winter 2016/17  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (17 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (16 students)
(Responsibiity: 100% course design, all lectures)
Summer 2016  
 
Basics of Human-Computer Interaction (678 students)
(Responsibiity: 60% of lectures)
HCI in Healthcare (Assisting Geraldine Fitzpatrick) 
Winter 2015/16  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (38 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (24 students)
(Responsibiity: 100% course design, all lectures)
Summer 2015  
 
Basics of Human-Computer Interaction (702 students)
(Responsibiity: 60% of lectures)
Winter 2014/15  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (23 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (18 students)
(Responsibiity: 100% course design, all lectures)
Summer 2014  
 
HCI in Healthcare (7 students)
(Assisting Geraldine Fitzpatrick)
Winter 2013/14            
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (25 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (16 students)
(Responsibiity: course design, 60% of lectures)
Summer 2013  
 
HCI in Healthcare (24 students)
(Assisting Geraldine Fitzpatrick)
Winter 2012/13  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (45 students)
Building Interaction Interfaces (29 students)
(Responsibiity: course design, 60% of lectures)
Winter 2011/12  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (47 students)
Buidling Interaction Interfaces (36 students)
(Responsibiity: course design, 60% of lectures)
Summer 2011  
 
Interaction Beyond the Desktop (16 students)
(Assisting Geraldine Fitzpatrick)
Winter 2010/11  
 
Interface and Interaction Design
(Assisting Peter Purgathofer)

 

Courses at other locations

Summer 2019  
 
Mikrokontroller Anwendungen (with Franz Werner)
FH Campus Wien
Summer 2018  
 
Mikrokontroller Anwendungen (with Franz Werner)
FH Campus Wien
Summer 2017  
 
Mikrokontroller Anwendungen (with Franz Werner)
FH Campus Wien
Summer  2016  

 

Course module "Research and Information Resources"
SAE Institute, Vienna

Winter 2016            
 
Tablet and mobile phone training for senior citizens
Seniorenzentrum Schwechat   

 

 

(Co-)supervision of Bachelor/Master/PhD Theses

  • Harald Stix, Development of a wearable computing glove to detect spasms and log information to support therapy. Joint master thesis 2012.
  • Markus Martin, Development of a wearable computing glove to detect spasms and log information to support therapy. Joint master thesis 2012.
  • Christof Kopfer, SenseRhetoric:Using Sensor Technologies for Improving Communication Skills. Master thesis 2012.
  • Thomas Adelbauer, Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. Bachelor Thesis 2012.
  • Jakob Frohnwieser, Prototyping Citizen Sensing Networks. Bachelor thesis 2013.
  • Gabriel Größbacher, Flexglove. Bachelor thesis 2014.
  • Daniel Dudo, Technisches Proof-of-concept für ein modulares System zur 'thing-orientierten' Programmierung von Ubicomp Applikationen. Bachelor thesis 2015.
  • Djordje Slijepčević, Learning Programmes and People with Disabilities:
    Case study of the impact of a computer-based learning programme on the cognitive skills and social interaction of a specific user with cerebral palsy. Bachelor thesis 2014.
  • Dominik Hartl. Just one more page: Persuasive Technologies as an intervention strategy against bedtime procrastination. Master thesis 2015.
  • Gerfried Mikusch, Supporting Social Awareness across distributed Work Groups with interactive tangible Devices. Master thesis 2016.
  • Daniel Dudo Designing a Tangible Programming Interface for the Internet of Things. Master thesis 2018.
  • Lisa Lengauer. Participatory Resarch for a Pressure-sensitive Pen For Children with Problems in Controlling Their Strength During Writing. Master thesis 2018 (FH Campus Wien).
  • Johanna Pfabigan. Development of a Pressure-sensitive Pen For Children with Problems in Controlling Their Strength During Writing. Master thesis 2018 (FH Campus Wien).
  • Jaison Puthenkalam. Master thesis, ongoing.
  • Matthias Tiefenbacher. Master thesis, ongoing.
  • Patrizia Murko. Master thesis, ongoing.
  • Lukas Wohofsky. Master thesis, ongoing.
  • Michael Urbanek. PhD thesis, ongoing.