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9th Berlin Human-Machine Systems Workshop

The 9th Berlin Human-Machine Systems Workshop focused on

Reflections on and Visions of Human-Machine Interaction
Learning from the Past, Shaping the Future

5 - 7 October 2011 at the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Conference announcement

We live in times of intensive change. Technological innovations are occurring at shorter and shorter intervals – and that also alters the interaction between humans and machines. The emergence of new forms of communication almost seems to follow the opposite route to human evolution: from complex written commands through acoustic speech inputs and outputs, to eye movements and gestures.
Various generations of both technological systems and of users now meet at work and in everyday situations. The variety of old and new interaction techniques, fields of application and distribution of tasks between humans and machines calls into question some of the insights gained in Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) research and methods which are currently in use.
At the 9th Berlin Human-Machine Systems Workshop (BWMMS) both past achievements and visions of future developments will be discussed and contrasted. This will involve reference to basic research and to practically-oriented contributions.


Lead questions

What has stood the test of time in HMI research?
What can we learn from this?

What has stood the test of time in evolution?
What can we learn from this?

What will be new about future interfaces?
What will we have to learn for that?
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Main topics

Main topics

  • Support and assistance systems
  • Multimodal use strategies
  • User Experience Design
  • Designing the human-technology interaction of ambient systems
  • Development and use of digital human models
  • Trans-generational design of technology
  • Methods for the design, evaluation and anticipation of human-machine system

Programme

The programme includes

  • keynote lectures,
  • paper discussions,
  • special sessions and
  • a poster session for the presentation of ongoing research projects.


The conference programme can be seen here or downloaded as pdf-file.

Invited speakers

Invited speakers

Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost
– Universität der Künste, Berlin [INFO]

Prof. Dr. Caroline Hummels
– Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Department of Industrial Design, Designing Quality in Interaction [INFO]

Dr. Sandra Hart – Formerly Aerospace Human Factors Research Division, NASA-Ames Research Center

Contributions & Proceedings

Until 05.08.2011 researchers from various disciplines (engineering, computer science, psychology, design, etc.) were requested to submit abstracts in German and English to conduce to the success of the conference.

Accepted submissions are included as paper (6 pages for paper discussions or 4 pages for posters) in the proceedings of the 9th BWMMS, published in “Reihe 22 der Fortschritt-Berichte des VDI-Verlages”. Short versions of the paper and poster contributions can be found in the printed proceedings, whereas the elaborated paper and poster versions are placed in the digital proceedings. Order proceedings here.

Organiser

Center of Human-Machine Systems (ZMMS)
Technische Universität Berlin
www.zmms.tu-berlin.de

Research training group prometei
www.prometei.de

Scientific committee

Dr.-Ing. Jeronimo Dzaack
Dipl.-Psych. Katja Karrer
Dipl.-Psych. Anna Pohlmeyer
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rötting
Dr.-Ing. Nele Rußwinkel



Conference Organisation

Center of Human-Machine Systems (ZMMS)
Technische Universität Berlin

M.A. Janina Nowbakht



COC Kongressorganisation GmbH
Büro Berlin

Bettina Kramb
Managing director

Mühlenstr. 58
12249 Berlin

phone: +49 (030) 775 20 84
fax:     +49 (030) 775 20 85
E-Mail: 

www.coc-kongress.de

Editors

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Julian Adenauer
Dipl.-Psych. Monika Elepfandt
Dipl.-Psych. Antje Lichtenstein
Dipl.-Psych., Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. (FH) Simone Schmid


Venue

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences

www.bbaw.de

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Auxiliary Functions

Invited speakers

Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost
– Universität der Künste, Berlin [INFO]

Prof. Dr. Caroline Hummels
– Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Department of Industrial Design, Designing Quality in Interaction [INFO]

Dr. Sandra Hart – Formerly Aerospace Human Factors Research Division, NASA-Ames Research Center