Nur Al-huda Hamdan, M.Sc.
I am research assistant and PhD candidate at RWTH Aachen University, Germany. I work with Jan Borchers in the Media Computing and Human-Computer Interaction Group. I have a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's degree in computer engineering. My research is in the field of HCI. I design, build, and evaluate interactive textile interfaces (input and output).
Announcement: New thesis topics in interactive textile research!
|Garbrics is a resistive textile sensor that can detect how it's being fold. Grabrics is part of a larger project Intuitex. |
- Grabrics: A Foldable Two-Dimensional Textile Input Controller. In CHI '16 EA
- Full paper submitted to ISWC '16
|Physical Search is a project to develop "Google Maps" for physical objects in complex 3D containers and structures. |
- Presentation Strategies for Micro-Navigation in the Physical World. In CHI '16 EA
|Mastery Interfaces is a student project to design user interfaces for teaching manual skills, the "MOOC" for craftsmanship. But unlike MOOC, we look into 3D visulaizations and holo displays to reveal hidden performance parameters (e.g., pressure profile, arm and shoulder motion) which are had to detect in video tutorials. |
- We developed a workflow to capture a knife sharpening skill using the vicon system, convert motion to technical gestures, detect performance errors, and provide visual feedback.
|Conceptual Framework for Surface Manager on Interactive Tabletops is a framework to help designers map people's physical table activities to the tabletop domain. |
- Conceptual Framework for Surface Manager on Interactive Tabletops. In CHI '13 EA
|A Surface Manager for Interactive Tabletops is a window system and UI toolkit developed for public interactive tabletops. Surface Manager supports multi-tasking for co-located users. It uses heuristics (location, timestamp, previous and current activity) to identify unique users and provided each with his/her own instance of the manager. |
| Counter Entropy House is a multidisciplinary university project. Teams from architecture, electrical engineering, and computer science designed and built a smart house that works solely on solar energy. We participated in Solar Decathlon Europe Competition 2012 and won the 5th place. |
|Christian Schmidt||Textile Touchpad|
|Sughosh Kumar||Symphony of Modalities for Interaction in Augmented Reality|
|Urmimala Majumdar||Conveying Feedback in Skill Movement Acquisition|
|Marcel Lahaye||Augmented Reality in Hierarchal Micro-Navigation|
Student Assistants and Interns
|Christian Schmidt||Personal Photonics|
|Lukas Ossmann||Personal Photonics|
|Ravi Kanth Kosuru||Intuitex|
|Lovis Suchmann||Online projects template|
|Jayesh Sudhir Bhat||A survey of 3D hand tracking techniques|
|Current Topics in Media Computing and HCI||SS '16, SS '15, SS '14|
|iPhone Application Programming||WS '15/16, WS '13/14|
|Designing Interactive Systems I||WS '13/14|
|Designing Interactive Systems II||SS '15, SS '14|
|Lab: Media Computing Project (Bonn)||SS '13, SS '14|
|Seminar: Post-Desktop User Interfaces||SS '16, SS '14, SS '13|
Bold means I was the lecture coordinator
If you are interested in doing a thesis in interactive textiles, email me your CV, RWTH transcripts, study program, master's or a bachelor's thesis, and specific research interest (if any).
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