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Quality and Usabilty Lab presented by Prof. Sebastian Möller

What is Usability?

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The majority of systems and services which are provided by computer science, electrical engineering and information technology, finally address the human user. As a consequence, it is essential to understand the user and his interaction behaviour for designing successful systems and services. more to: What is Usability?

Online Teaching

The Quality and Usability Lab offers most of its regular courses in a modified online format. No presence courses as well as consultation hours can be offered at the present time. The courses generally start on April 20. Specific deadlines for individual courses are given on the web sites of those courses at our chair, as well as in the corresponding ISIS courses. In case that the situation improves and TU Berlin can finish the Präsenznotbetrieb, we will try to offer also some courses in a physical, face-to-face format. Updates on this will be displayed at this present website, as well as in the corresponding ISIS courses.

Important message

Cancellation of Written Exams - New Appointments

We have scheduled new dates for the cancelled written exam in "Computer-supported Interaction" and "Einführung in die Medieninformatik". The dates you will find in the section "Exams".

Wichtige Meldung

Absage von Schriftlichen Prüfungen - Die neuen Termine stehen fest

Die neuen Termine für die im Wintersemester 2019/20 aufgrund der Corona-Krise abgesagten Klausuren in "Computer-supported Interaction" und "Einführung in die Medieninformatik" stehen fest. Sie finden diese unter unserer Rubrik "Prüfungen".

Das Hausaufgaben-Kriterium für das Fach „Einführung in die Medieninformatik“ bleibt für den kommenden Prüfungstermin gültig, d.h. Sie können die erreichten Punkte auch bei diesem Prüfungstermin im Sommer verwenden.

Events

  • SigDial 2020
    In response to COVID-19 the SigDial 2020 will be hold as a virtual conference. There will be pre-recorded talks and demos, also various live events like Q&A sessions, mentoring and spaces for “hallway” conversations.

    The QU-Lab will be represented by Thilo Michael and Sebastian Möller with their papers:

    Retico: An incremental framework for spoken dialogue systems (Thilo Michael) Simulating Turn-Taking in Conversations with Delayed Transmission (Thilo Michael, Sebastian Möller)

    Date: July 1-3, 2020
    SigDial2020
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