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DI Bakk.techn. Florian Jungwirth
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Institut für Pervasive Computing
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
A-4040 Linz

Room: S3 0621
Phone: +43-732-2468-4782
E-Mail: jungwirth ät pervasive döt jku döt at
Teaching in 2018WS
Teaching340.016UE G1Softwareentwicklung 1
Teaching340.029UE G2Softwareentwicklung 1
Teaching340.030UE G3Softwareentwicklung 1
Teaching340.031UE G4Softwareentwicklung 1
Projects
Eye-Controlled Machines: EyeControl aims to create a whole new way of human-machine interaction in complex manufacturing settings, by introducing eye-gaze as a modality of implicit and explicit interaction with industrial machines and processes performed by them.
Betreute Bakk-/Masterarbeiten
Intelligent User Interfaces: Interaction in the Age of the “Internet of Things”: Goals: Embedding computational capability into everyday objects and their digital accessibility as part of the Internet of Things has big implications on humans and how they will interact with these devices. Whole new forms of interactions and input modalities, such as the eye or hands, are enabled by (wearable) technologies. The eye is particularly interesting, as it implicitly indicates one’s attention and enables & fast and hands-free interactions, but also hand gestures allow remote access to...
Cognition-Aware User Interfaces: Next-Generation User Interfaces, that adapt to Cognitive States: Goals: Context-aware computing systems aim to proactively assist users by sensing the context and adapting system behavior and user interfaces to personalize towards users needs and expectations. Visual behavior and pupillometry are two promising concepts for assessing the cognitive context and cognitive / mental workload. Master thesis topics can range from the detection of such cognitive states to cognition-aware user interfaces, that try to reduce the mental workload of users by adapting to...
Sensor-based Activity Recognition: What is in the Eyes or the Hands for identifying user behaviour?: Goals: Human Activities are an important contextual cue and activity recognition has many different applications in medicine, human-computer interaction, or sociology. For us, it is of particular interest to detect activities of humans using wearable sensors. We think that a lot of meaningful cues are expressed by gaze behaviour and also by hand movements.The idea is to investigate (using e.g.
Publications (7)
2018
EyeControl: Towards Unconstrained Eye Tracking in Industrial Environments
SUI ’18: The 6th ACM Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, October 13–14, 2018, Berlin, Germany, Editors: ACM, 1 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3267782.3274673, October 2018.
Visually Perceived Relevance of Objects reveals Learning Improvements and Task Difficulty
PETRA ’18: The 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference, June 26–29, 2018, Corfu, Greece., Editors: ACM, New York, 4 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3197768.3201520, June 2018.
Eyes are different than Hands: An Analysis of Gaze as Input Modality for Industrial Man-Machine Interactions
PETRA ’18: The 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference, June 26–29, 2018, Corfu, Greece., Editors: ACM, New York, 8 pages, May 2018.
Contour-Guided Gaze Gestures: Using Object Contours as Visual Guidance for Triggering Interactions
ETRA ’18: 2018 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, June 14–17, 2018, Warsaw, Poland, Editors: ACM, New York, 10 pages, May 2018.
2017
Contour-Guided Gaze Gestures: Eye-based Interaction with Everyday Objects and IoT Devices
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on the Internet of Things, ACM, 2 pages, DOI: 10.1145/3131542.3140262, October 2017.
Eyes are faster than Hands: An Analysis of Mobile Gaze-based Interaction with IoT Devices
Workshop on Handling the Internet of Things: Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on IoT (in conjunction with IoT '17), Editors: to appear, 8 pages, October 2017.
Gaze-based Action Zones: A universal interaction modality for IoT devices
Workshop on Handling the Internet of Things: Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on IoT (in conjunction with IoT '17), Editors: To appear, 7 pages, October 2017.