Quality and Usability

Human-Centric Communication (H-C3)

HC-3 is a graduate school of TU Berlin for technology research strongly focused on Human-Centric Communication. Absolute priority is the support of context-aware information access and its exchange by a flexible and intuitive design.

Motivation and Project Description

  • Human-centric scenario design for mobile use cases
  • Design, development, and evaluation of novel interaction techniques und interfaces
  • Design and evaluate interaction support such as multimodal feedback
  • Enable human-computer interactions besides continuous manual tasks
  • Explore intuitive interaction
  • EEG and perceived Video Quality

Expected Outcome

  • Study of interaction paradigms for busy-hand and mobile scenarios
  • Interaction design, development, and evaluation for sensing-based interaction such as microinteractions and gestures

Time Frame: 07/2010 – 06/2013


  • Katrin Wolf
  • Anja Naumann
  • Michael Rohs (extern)
  • Jörg Müller
  • Sebastian Arndt