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Colloquium

Date:
Mondays during term time
Time:
14:15-15:00
Location:
TEL, Auditorium 3 (20th floor), Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin

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. 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
DATE
TALK
14.10.2019
Comparison of different Machine Learning techniques for predicting user traits and experience from touch interaction​
Piyasa Basak (TU Berlin)
21.10.2019
28.10.2019
04.11.2019
11.11.2019
Spatial and Temporal Feature Extraction for Gaming Video Quality Assessment 
Kumar Awanish (TU Berlin)
18.11.2019
Impact of haptical and visual feedback on breathing rhythm in Virtual Reality(VR) exergaming
Rudresha Gulaganjihalli Parameshappa (TU Berlin)
25.11.2019
Konzeption und Implementierung eines Mensa-Chatbots für den Campus Charlottenburg
Julia Zollna (TU Berlin) 
02.12.2019
09.12.2019
Analysis of Error Responses in Human-Speech-Assistant-Interaction
Sihan Yuan (TU Berlin)

16.12.2019
Multi-sensory Integration in Virtual Reality (VR): Behavioral Consequences of Haptic Feedback
Zeynep Akbal ( Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences)
23.12.2019
30.12.2019
06.01.2020
13.01.2020
20.01.2020
Implementierung und Evaluierung einer App zur optischen Erkennung von Matrikelnummern auf Studierendenausweisen
Johannes Wicovsky (TU Berlin)
21.01.2020
Tencent Activities for Gaming QoE 
Xlxiang Li (Tencent)
27.01.2020
03.02.2020
10.02.2020
17.02.2020
24.02.2020
Abstractive Text Summarization with Neural Sequence-to-Sequence Models
Dmitrii Aksenow (TU Berlin / DFKI )
02.03.2020
Investigating the adaption of a Turn-Taking Prediction Model to Multiparty Spoken Dialogue using Long Short-Term Memory Recurrent Neural Networks
Schokri Ben Mustapha (TU Berlin)

*Please notice exceptional date, time and/or place!

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