Quality and Usability

Kolloquium

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Kolloquium SS 2020

Date: Mondays during term time

Time: 14:15-15:00 (* 14:00 -- 15:30 for thesis slots)

Location: Virtual presentation, Zoom

This research colloquium is a weekly event with various invited speakers. It is open to anyone who is interested in the general area of usability and human-computer interaction. Researchers in this area will present overviews of their work. Within the framework of colloquium, bachelor and master thesis can be presented once per month.
Three slots each 30 minutes are arranged for master thesis blocks. Please be aware that we have a separate table for presentations of thesis. The colloquium is organized by the Quality and Usability Lab. If you have any questions or want your email to be added to the colloquium mailing list, please contact Saman Zadtootaghaj.
Please note that research colloquium has no credit point (ECTS)

For information on past colloquium talks please visit the archive.

CALENDAR of Invited Speakers

DateTalk
05.04.2021 
19.04.2021 
26.04.2021Detecting fake news and profiling fake news spreaders and conspiracy propagators - Prof. Paolo Rosso (Universitat Politècnica de València)
17.05.2021 
24.05.2021Public Holiday
31.05.2021 
14.06.2021 
21.06.2021 
28.06.2021 
12.07.2021 
19.07.2021 
26.07.2021 
09.08.2021 
16.08.2021 
23.08.2021 
30.08.2021 
13.09.2021 
20.09.2021 
27.09.2021 

Thesis Presentation

DATE: Monday, once per month

Time: 14:00 -- 15:30 

Location: Virtual presentation, ZoomVirtual

Link: Please contact saman.zadtootaghaj@qu.tu-berlin.de 

Within the framework of colloquium, bachelor and master thesis can be presented once per month. Three slots each 30 minutes are arranged for master thesis blocks. The colloquium is organized by the Quality and Usability Lab. If you have any questions or want your email to be added to the colloquium mailing list, please contact Saman Zadtootaghaj. Please note that research colloquium has no credit point (ECTS).

CALENDAR of Thesis Presentation

Date Talk
12.04.2021Slot1:Modelling and Prediction of Mental Calculation Strategies
 Slot2: 
 Slot3: 
03.05.2021Slot1:Development of a Touch-Based Software for the Detection of Mild Cognitive Impairment
 Slot2:
 Slot3: 
07.06.2021Slot1:Investigation of Pupil Dilation as a Parameter for Mental Workload in Diverse Ambient Noise Conditions
 Slot2: 
 Slot3: 
05.07.2021Slot1:Quality Metrics for Explainable AI Systems
 Slot2: 
 Slot3: 
02.08.2021Slot1: 
 Slot2: 
 Slot3: 
06.09.2021Slot1: 
 Slot2: 
 Slot3: 

For information on past colloquium talks please visit the archive.