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Prof. Dr. Joachim Charzinski

Prof. Dr. Joachim Charzinski is professor of mobile networks and services and director of the Mobile Media degree programme at Stuttgart Media University, Germany. His main research interests are the performance measurement and modelling, reliability and security of mobile networks and systems as well as innovative business models for mobile services. He is member of several technical programme committes of national and international conferences, has authored numerous scientific papers and holds more than 30 patents. Before joining Stuttgart Media University, he was in the communication networks industry for 13 years where he held leading positions in research, innovations and architecture consulting. Prof. Charzinski received his Dr.-Ing. in electrical engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, in 1999.

Name:
Prof. Dr. Joachim Charzinski  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Studiendekan Mobile Medien (Bachelor, 7 Semester)
Lehrgebiet:
Mobile Netze, Innovationsmanagement, Mobile Dienste und Geschäftsmodelle, IT security, Patents, Internet traffic and CDNs, Rechnernetze, wissenschaftl. Arbeiten, Medientechnik
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Forschungsgebiet:
Internet Traffic, Performance, Security
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
Mo 14:15 - 15:15
Raum:
153, Nobelstraße 10 (Hauptgebäude)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2774
E-Mail:
charzinski@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerlicher

Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerlicher is the director of research in mobile applications & security at the Institute of Applied Science, Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Previously, he worked for several years as a software architect and project manager in the telecommunication and automotive industries. He is on the programme committee of the Apps-To-Automotive conference Esslingen, technical program committee (TPC) member of multiple international conferences and guest editor of the Journal on Mobile Information Systems. He published several papers in international conference proceedings and in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science. He is co-author of several books on mobile software development and computer science and media in Germany. Professor Gerlicher is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the IEEE Consumer Electronics and the IEEE Communications Society. His research interests include integration of consumer electronic devices in vehicles, mobile and embedded software architectures, mobile security, real-time co-operative systems and semantic web and cloud computing platforms. He received his PhD degree in real-time collaboration systems from the London College of Communication, UArts, UK.

Name:
Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerlicher  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professor
Lehrgebiet:
Mobile Application Development Embedded Systems Operating Systems Mobile Web Mobile Security
Forschungsgebiet:
Applications in Mobile and Embedded Systems In-Car-Infotainment and Mobile Media Systems CSCW
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
nach Vereinbarung
Raum:
313, Nobelstraße 10 (Hörsaalbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2788
Telefax:
0711 8923-2188
E-Mail:
gerlicher@hdm-stuttgart.de
Homepage:
http://gerlicher.mi.hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Prof. Sabiha Ghellal

Sabiha Ghellal is an assistant professor for user interface and experience Design at the Institute of Applied Science, Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Previously a manager for research and innovation at Sony Europe, she has over 15 years of work experience in the area of commercial entertainment solutions. Her main research interests are transmedia storytelling, experience design, persuasive technology as well as game design. She was a work package leader in two EU funded projects. IPerg an integrated project on pervasive gaming ( http://iperg.sics.se/index.php) and IPCity an integrated project on interaction and presence in urban environments ( http://ipcity.fit.fraunhofer.de/). She has published a number of scientific papers at the CHI and SIGGRAPH conferences. Sabiha Ghellal received a Master of Science from the Open University UK and is currently a PHD student at Folkwang University of Arts.

Name:
Prof. Sabiha Ghellal  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professorin
Lehrgebiet:
User Interface / Experience Design / Interaction Design / Game Design / Innovation Management / Transmedia Storytelling
Forschungsgebiet:
UXD Transmedia Storytelling New Media Convergence Pervasive Gaming Novel Interfaces for TV & Gaming
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
Do 14: - 16:
Raum:
149, Nobelstraße 10 (Hauptgebäude)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2721
E-Mail:
Ghellal@hdm-stuttgart.de
Homepage:
http://sabiha-ghellal.com/
 
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marko Hedler

Name:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marko Hedler  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professor
Lehrgebiet:
Publishing, Cross-Media-Systeme, XML-Technologien
Forschungsgebiet:
Publishing mit XML und Cross-Media-Systeme
Studiengang:
Druck- und Medientechnologie / Digital Publishing
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
nach Vereinbarung
Raum:
171, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
171b, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
172, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
172c, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2141
Telefax:
0711 8923-2188
E-Mail:
hedler@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arno Hitzges

Prof. Dr. Arno Hitzges is professor for Content-Management-Systems at the Stuttgart Media University since May 2011. He started his career in 1992 at the Fraunhofer IAO where he was responsible for the Information Engineering division. His works were awarded with the Digiglobe, a prize of the german Telekom and the magazine Focus. Before his change to the Media University he managed more than 100 content-management projects with different Microsoft Gold Partners.

Name:
Prof. Dr. Ing. Arno Hitzges  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professor
Lehrgebiet:
Datenbanken und Contentmanagement
Database- und Crossmediapublishing
IT-Projektmanagement
CRM und Social Media
Forschungsgebiet:
Contentmanagement und Crossmediapublishing
Datenmanagementsysteme und CRM
Social Listening und Big Data
Studiengang:
Druck- und Medientechnologie / Digital Publishing
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
Di 14:15 - 15:00
Raum:
184c, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2634
Telefax:
0711 8923-11
E-Mail:
hitzges@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Prof. Dr. Roland Schmitz

Name:
Prof. Dr. Roland Schmitz  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professor
Lehrgebiet:
Internet-Security
Forschungsgebiet:
Mediensicherheit Lösungen für sicheres E-Banking Usable Security
Studiengang:
Medieninformatik
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
Mo 16:00 - 17:30
Raum:
320, Nobelstraße 10 (Hörsaalbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2124
E-Mail:
schmitz@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Prof. Dr. Gottfried Zimmermann

Prof. Dr. Gottfried Zimmermann is professor of mobile user interaction and director of research in usability and accessibility at the Stuttgart Media University, Germany. His main research interest is to make user interfaces personal and responsive to the user's needs and preferences, and the context of use. He is the author of various publications and book chapters in this field, and the editor of the multi-part ISO/IEC standard 24752 on Universal Remote Console. He is a senior ACM member, the vice president of the openURC Alliance, an invited expert on the protocols and formats working group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the convener of working group 8 of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC35 on user interfaces, member of the Scientific Committee of the International Board for Usability Qualification (iBUQ), and an expert on several DIN working groups on ergonomics and accessibility. Prof. Zimmermann received a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

Name:
Prof. Dr. Gottfried Zimmermann  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Professor
Lehrgebiet:
Grundlagen der Mensch-Computer Interaktion (MMB, MIB) Usability Engineering (MMB, MIB) Usability Engineering Projekt (MMB, MIB) Accessible Design in ICT (CSM) Universal Remote Console Praktikum (CSM)
Forschungsgebiet:
Accessible Design in ICT Adaptive/Personal User Interfaces Universal Remote Console (URC) Intelligent Environments & Smart Homes Adaptive eLearning
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
nach Vereinbarung
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2751
E-Mail:
gzimmermann@hdm-stuttgart.de
Homepage:
http://www.hdm-stuttgart.de/home/gzimmermann
 
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Daniel Thommes

Daniel Thommes is a PhD student in a collaborative research program of the University of the West of Scotland (UWS), UK, and the Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Since 2010 he is Research Assistant and Lecturer with the Stuttgart Media University. Previously, he worked for several years as a Research Assistant and Consulting Software Architect. His research interests include mobile computing, wireless/mobile networks, web technologies, software architecture and usability engineering. His PhD project RemoteUI ( http://www.remoteui.org) is about a new protocol and system for remote user interfaces. Daniel received the Diplom-degree in Media Technology Engineering from the Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany, in 2006.

Christophe Strobbe

Christophe Strobbe has been a researcher in ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities since 2001. He has been a participant of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (WCAG WG) since March/April 2005 and of the Evaluation and Repair Tools Working Group (ERT WG) since March 2011. He is one of the authors of the Unified Web Evaluation Methodology (UWEM), a methodology for evaluating the conformance of web sites to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. He has recently been active in the European projects USEM (2007-2010), eGovMonet (2008-2010), Stand4All (2009-2010), AEGIS (2008-2012) and SSEDIC. In the AEGIS project, he contributed to (among other things) the Open Accessibility Framework, to the Open Accessibility Framework for Rich Internet Applications and three extensions for OpenOffice.org / LibreOffice Writer: odt2daisy (exporting word processing documents to DAISY), odt2braille (exporting to or printing as Braille) and AccessODF (accessibility evaluation inside a word processor). While working at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (November 2001 - February 2012) he was also a member of the K.U.Leuven Working Group on Digital Accessibility (2007-2012). He is currently active in the EU-funded project Cloud4all.

Name:
Christophe Strobbe  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiet:
Barrierefreiheit
Abteilung:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2749
E-Mail:
strobbe@hdm-stuttgart.de

Andreas Stiegler

Name:
Andreas Stiegler  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Lehrgebiet:
Game Development, Artificial Intelligence, Physics, Software Engineering
Forschungsgebiet:
Artificial Intelligence (in Games)
Studiengang:
Medieninformatik
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2754
E-Mail:
stiegler@hdm-stuttgart.de

Lukas Smirek

Lukas Smirek Received his Diploma in Business Engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) (Germany in 2013. During his study time he also spend one year as a Fulbright Scholar at the University Of San Francisco (USF). In his Diploma Theses Lukas Smirek worked on Privacy protecting and security enabling Software Architectures for energy Management date in future Smart Homes and Smart Grids. He continued to work on that Topic at KIT for half a year. Then, he joined the REMEX Research Group at HDM at the beginning of 2014. Now he is working on Accessibility related Issues. Thereby, he focuses on the field of Smart Homes and the development of personalized and adaptive user Interfaces. Lukas Smirek is member of the Technical Committee of the Universal Remote Console (ISO/IEC 24752).

Name:
Lukas Smirek  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Abteilung:
Institut für angewandte Forschung (IAF)
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
E-Mail:
smirek@hdm-stuttgart.de

Holger Schmidt

Holger Schmidt is currently researching advanced techniques for adaptive and adaptable user-interfaces for eLearning on the project AMMS (Adaptive Multimedia Systems). Core of this project is the adaptive eLearning environment ALM which serves techniques to use realtime eyetracking for adaptive behavior.

Name:
Holger Schmidt  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Studiengang:
Medieninformatik
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2752
E-Mail:
schmidtho@hdm-stuttgart.de

Patrick Münster

Patrick Münster received his diploma degree from the Stuttgart University in automation engineering for his research in development of user-interfaces for adaptition of the human-machine-interface at runtime. Currently he is working on accessibility/usability and gamification of human computer interaction (HCI) for web applications.

Name:
Patrick Münster  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Lehrgebiet:
HCI (Human Computer Interaction), Game Design, UI Design
Abteilung:
Institut für angewandte Forschung (IAF)
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2768
E-Mail:
muenster@hdm-stuttgart.de

Dr. Sebastian Kelle

Sebastian Kelle received his PhD degree in advanced learning technologies from the Open University of the Netherlands. He is currently managing the Erasmus+ funded "MOOC for Accessibility Partnership" project, heading a consortium of 9 European Universities. He is also involved in the Cloud4All FP7 project. Before, he has built up the HdM's center for academic instruction. He has multiple international experience working in the scientific and corporate environment.

Alexander Henka

Alexander Henka received his master degree from the Stuttgart Media University of Media (HdM) in 2011 for his research in tool-chains for mobile application frameworks. His build tool-chain implementation ("espresso") is part for the framework The-M-Project. From 2011-2013, he worked as a research assistant in the degree program "Mobile Media" at the University of Media. During this engagement he was giving lectures on mobile web application development. He is a co-author of a book about standards in the media publication life cycle and wrote about EPUB3. His research interests are in mobile computing, web applications, usability and accessibility. Currently he is working on his doctoral thesis in the field of human computer interaction (HCI) with a special interest in the testing of web applications for accessibility. He is also participating in the EU-funded research projects Cloud4all and Prosperity4all.

Name:
Alexander Henka  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Lehrgebiet:
HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
Büro (Eingang 3B), Nobelstraße 5 (Nobelstraße 5)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2156
E-Mail:
henka@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Thomas Fankhauser

Thomas Fankhauser received his Bachelor and Master degree in computer sci- ence from Stuttgart Media University, Germany. He is currently pursuing a PhD degree at the University of the West of Scotland while working as an academic research assistant at Stuttgart Media University. His research interests include the scalability of web services, software architec- tures and frameworks in cloud computing envi- ronments. Since 2013 he is a student member of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society. He was a Best Poster Award Winner of UWS ICTAC 2013 and has published at the IEEE flagship conference ICC 2014 in Sydney and is author of a book on social phenomena in social networking services. Previously, he worked as a software architect and developer in social web and mobile advertising industries for several years.

Name:
Dr. Thomas Fankhauser  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Lehrgebiet:
System Engineering and Management Ultra Large Scale Systems Mobile Web Development
Forschungsgebiet:
Service Scalability Cloud Computing Social Networks
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
313, Nobelstraße 10 (Hörsaalbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2742
E-Mail:
fankhauser@hdm-stuttgart.de

Patrick Bader

Patrick Bader received his Bachelor and Master degree in computer science from Stuttgart Media University, Germany. The theses focused on low-cost multi-touch technologies for table-top applications. He is currently a postgraduate student in the Promotionskolleg Digital Media in collaboration with the University of Stuttgart His research is located in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) with a special interest in transparent display technologies for mobile applications and in large scale.

Name:
Patrick Bader  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Lehrgebiet:
C++ Programmierung Game Engine Programming Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen
Studiengang:
Mobile Medien
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Raum:
151, Nobelstraße 10 (Hauptgebäude)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2758
E-Mail:
baderp@hdm-stuttgart.de

Jens Gäbeler

Jens Gäbeler is research assistant at the Stuttgart Media University since August 2013. After doing IT- and SharePoint Administration for the degree program Print and Media he joined the content-management research team around Arno Hitzges. Within the research project he is planning and prototyping the targeted platform.

Name:
Jens  Gäbeler  Elektronische Visitenkarte
Funktion:
Akademischer Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiet:
Management Systeme
Studiengang:
Druck- und Medientechnologie / Digital Publishing
Fakultät:
Fakultät Druck und Medien
Sprechzeiten:
Mi 14:15 - 16:00
Raum:
172b, Nobelstraße 10 (Technikbau)
Telefon:
0711 8923-2297
E-Mail:
gaebeler@hdm-stuttgart.de
 
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Darius Morawiec

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