Seminar: Post-Desktop User Interfaces (Summer 2020)
|Presentations||Tue, 12:30 - 14:00|
|2222, i10 Seminar room|
|Lecture: Literature Review & Scientific Writing||Tue, April 7th, 12:30|
|Lecture: How to Do a Good Presentation||Tue, April 14th, 12:30|
In this seminar, you will learn about research topics currently being tackled in the international Human-Computer Interaction research community. You will gain in-depth knowledge about one HCI area through your own seminar topic, and will learn about numerous others through other students' talks. We also pay extra attention to helping you refine your scientific writing and presentation skills, and you will work on your topic in groups of two, providing another opportunity to learn how to work more productively as a team.
For any questions about the class, please contact Oliver Nowak, M.Sc..
Your grade will be calculated as follows:
Fields of Study
- Informatik (M.Sc.)
- Media Informatics (M.Sc.)
- System Software Engineering (M.Sc.)
- Technik-Kommunikation (M.Sc.)
- Data Science (M.Sc.)
- Informatik Lehramt (M.Sc.)
- Erasmus (M.Sc.)
- Informatik (B.Sc.) (if you already attended a Proseminar)
To pass the course, you need to attend all presentations.
You need to agree to the Ethical Guidelines for the Authoring of Academic Work (Ethische Richtlinien für das Verfassen wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten) by signing the Declaration of Compliance (Erklärung zur Seminararbeit). Return the signed declaration on the first day of the seminar meeting.
Required Reading (before kick-off meeting):
Writing for Computer Science by Justin Zobel (available at RWTH library & Informatik library)
- Chapter 10: Doing Research
- Chapter 9: Writing Up
"How to Read an Engineering Research Paper"
All submissions have to be sent to the supervisor until 12:00 (noon) via mail. Include the tag [PDUI] and the name of the topic and the milestone (e.g., "[PDUI] Explainable AI, Report Outline").
Literature Review & Report Outline
Prepare 7+ topic-related research papers with a contribution and benefits statement stating the contribution type. Provide a clear structure of the final paper submission. What is the storyline you want to convey? How are you introducing the topic? What are the arguments you are providing? How are you connecting the papers to each other and your arguments? Include your papers into this structure.
The first complete version of your presentation slides (Powerpoint, Keynote, Prezi, ....). Hand in slides which you would confidently use for a presentation on the next day.
Presentation (50% of Grade)
You present in front of your fellow students and your supervisor. We expect a well-prepared presentation. Test your talk at least once in the room where you are going to present to familiarise yourself with the equipment, and test your slides on the projector in the room. Presentation time will be 20 minutes, followed by a 10-minute discussion where you will receive feedback and questions from your supervisor and your peers. We encourage a constructive feedback interaction where you can learn from each other and have a friendly conversation on how to improve your presentation style.
Final Report (50% of Grade)
Your final report should contain 10 content pages in the ACM Extended Abstract Template. We expect you to submit a final version without spelling mistakes, with a clear flow of argumentation, a complete bibliography, and including all figures.
About two weeks after you submit your final report, we will meet once more to give you feedback on your report.
For the milestones "Literature Review and Report Outline" and "Test Presentation" you can get feedback from your supervisor. For this, make an appointment in the week after the submission deadline.
|Topic||Supervisor||Group||Literature Review and Report Outline||Slides||Test Presentation||Presentation||Final Report||Meeting: Feedback (make appointments)|
|Shape Changing Displays||Christian Cherek||16||12.5.2020||26.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020|
|Social interaction on large multitouch surfaces||Christian Cherek||8||12.5.2020||26.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020|
|Gaze and Touch||Oliver Nowak||6||12.5.2020||26.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020|
|Immersive Modeling in AR||Philipp Wacker||9||19.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||7.7.2020||21.7.2020|
|Manipulating Mid-Air Objects in Handheld AR||Philipp Wacker||10||19.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||7.7.2020||21.7.2020|
|Force Touch||Oliver Nowak||2||19.5.2020||9.6.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||7.7.2020||21.7.2020|
|Mobile-mediated interventions for mental wellness||Krishna Subramanian||4||26.5.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020||28.7.2020|
|Tilting Input on Mobile Devices||Sebastian Hueber||15||26.5.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020||28.7.2020|
|Exploration of Scientific Papers||Oliver Nowak||3||26.5.2020||16.6.2020||23.6.2020||30.6.2020||14.7.2020||28.7.2020|
|Invisible Interfaces||Adrian Wagner||13||9.6.2020||23.6.2020||30.6.2020||7.7.2020||21.7.2020||4.8.2020|
|Health & Fitness||Oliver Nowak||5||9.6.2020||23.6.2020||30.6.2020||7.7.2020||21.7.2020||4.8.2020|
|Soft Robotic: Design & Tools||Anke Brocker||1||16.6.2020||30.6.2020||7.7.2020||14.7.2020||28.7.2020||11.8.2020|
|Interactive Watches||Oliver Nowak||7||16.6.2020||30.6.2020||7.7.2020||14.7.2020||28.7.2020||11.8.2020|