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Patrick Ehrenbrink

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Research Field

Usability 

User Experience



Research Topics

Evaluation of Context-Aware Interactive Systems

User Traits, especially Psychological Reactance

Intelligent Personal Assistants, Human-Agent Interaction, Social Robots, Embodied Conversational Agents

 

Biography 

Patrick Ehrenbrink studied Cognitive Science (B.Sc.) at Osnabrück University and Human Factors (M.Sc.) at TU Berlin. Since 2013, he is working as a researcher at the Quality and Usability Lab.

 

Current Project

Social Psychological Aspects of Smart Homes

FaceBot 2.0

MIELES

 

Past Projects

EIT ICT Education Research Program 2014

MOOC@TU9

Universal Home Control Interfaces@ConnectedUsability

 

Teaching

Medieninformatik Einführung Übung (German, 2015 - present)

MOOC@TU9 (German, 2014)

Multimodal Interaction Practice (English, 2013 - 2017)

Multimodal Interaction MOOC (English, since 2018)

 

Teaching Projects

Projekt Medienerstellung: Vergleich Auge - Kamera
Creating teaching material on structure, functionality and optical properties of the human eye and a camera. 

E-Learning Project 
Evaluation and analysis of methods to assess study success.

E-Learning Project 
Comparison of different teaching materials on their effect on study success.

E-Learning Project 
Implementation of  an adaptive tutoring system.

Smart Picture Frame A
Benchmarking of face detection algorythms

Smart Picture Frame B
Benchmarking of face recognition algorythms

Smart Picture Frame C
Implementation of face detection and recognition into a prototypical smartphone application that can recognize faces and show  photos of the same person from a database.

Intelligent Personal Assistant Paradigma 
reating a paradigma to compare the three big IPAs Siri, Cortana and Google Now.

Multimodal Interaction MOOC concept
Conceptualization of a Massive Open Online Course on Multimodal Interaction.

A Museum Experience with Virtual Reality
Storytelling in virtual reality to enhance a museum experience.


Address
Quality and Usability Lab
Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
TU Berlin
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7
D-10587 Berlin, Germany

Tel: +4930 8353 54211

Publications

New ITG Guideline for the Usability Evaluation of Smart Home Environments
Zitatschlüssel moeller2014e
Autor Möller, Sebastian and Engelbrecht, Klaus-Peter and Hillmann, Stefan and Ehrenbrink, Patrick
Buchtitel 11. ITG Fachtagung Sprachkommunikation
Jahr 2014
ISBN 978-3-8007-3640-9
Workshop NO
Ort Erlangen
Monat sep
Notiz CR-ROM
Verlag VDE-Verlag
Wie herausgegeben full
Zusammenfassung As a complement to the 2011 ITG Guideline 2.1-01 on the evaluation of terminal devices, a new ITG guideline on the usability of smart home environments has been drafted. This guideline addresses services and applica-tions which allow for an implicit interaction between user and system taking place in an environment equipped with networked sensors and actuators, partially also without any dedicated user interface. The present paper reviews the current draft of the guideline by describing its scope, the underlying system set-up, the usability aspects and the evaluation criteria which might be considered relevant.
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