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Dr. Michael Rohs

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Research Field:

- Usability

Research Topics:

- Pervasive Computing
- Mobile Interaction
- Physical-Virtual Integration
- Interaction Techniques and Devices
- Handheld Augmented Reality
- Physical and Tangible User Interfaces

 

Biography

Michael Rohs is a senior research scientist with Deutsche Telekom Laboratories at TU Berlin.

His primary research interest is in mobile and pervasive user interfaces that support people in their everyday activities. This ranges from designing interfaces that fit onto tiny mobile device screens or large public displays, through developing interaction techniques that can effectively be used on the move, to the integration of physical and virtual aspects of the user's current environment. Michael developed a visual code system for camera phones that enables gesture-based interactions with passive media as well as electronic displays.

In 2005, he obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. From 2000 to 2005, he was a research assistant at the Institute for Pervasive Computing, headed by Prof. Friedemann Mattern. In 2000, he received a Diplom in Informatik from Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany, and in 1998 an MS in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.

He is a member of the ACM, the IEEE and the Gesellschaft für Informatik

 

Address

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

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Publications

2005

  • Rafael

    Ballagas, Michael Rohs, Jennifer Sheridan, Jan Borchers. The Smart

    Phone: A Ubiquitous Input Device. To Appear in IEEE Pervasive

    Computing, 2005.

  • Michael Rohs.

    Real-World Interaction with Camera Phones.

    In: Hitomi Murakami, Hideyuki Nakashima, Hideyuki Tokuda, and Michiaki Yasumura (Eds.),

    Second International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing Systems (UCS 2004), Tokyo, Japan,

    Revised Selected Papers, pp. 74-89, LNCS 3598, Springer, July 2005.

  • Jürgen Bohn, Vlad Coroama, Marc Langheinrich, Friedemann Mattern, Michael Rohs.

    Social, Economic, and Ethical Implications of Ambient Intelligence and Ubiquitous Computing.

    In W. Weber, J. Rabaey, and E. Aarts (Eds.), Ambient Intelligence, pp. 5-29. Springer-Verlag, 2005.

  • Michael Rohs, Christof Roduner.

    Camera Phones with Pen Input as Annotation Devices.

    Pervasive 2005 workshop on Pervasive Mobile Interaction Devices (PERMID 2005), pp. 23-26, Munich, Germany, May 2005.

  • Rafael Ballagas, Michael Rohs, Jennifer G. Sheridan.

    Mobile Phones as Pointing Devices.

    Pervasive 2005 workshop on Pervasive Mobile Interaction Devices (PERMID 2005), pp. 27-30, Munich, Germany, May 2005.

  • Michael Rohs.

    Visual Code Widgets for Marker-Based Interaction.

    IWSAWC '05: Proceedings of the 25th IEEE International Conference on

    Distributed Computing Systems - Workshops (ICDCS 2005 Workshops), pp.

    506-513, Columbus, Ohio, USA, June 2005.

  • Michael Rohs, Philipp Zweifel.

    A Conceptual Framework for Camera Phone-based Interaction Techniques.

    In Hans W. Gellersen, Roy Want, and Albrecht Schmidt (Eds.), Pervasive

    Computing: Third International Conference, PERVASIVE 2005, pp. 171-189,

    LNCS 3468, Springer, May 2005.

  • Rafael Ballagas, Michael Rohs, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Jan Borchers.

    Sweep and Point & Shoot: Phonecam-Based Interactions for Large

    Public Displays.

    CHI '05: Extended abstracts of the conference on Human Factors in

    Computing Systems, ACM Press, pp. 1200-1203, Portland, Oregon, USA,

    April 2005.

  • Michael Rohs.

    Marker-Based Interaction Techniques for Camera-Phones.

    2nd Workshop on Multi-User and Ubiquitous User Interfaces (MU3I) at IUI 2005, San Diego, California, USA, January 2005.

2004

  • Michael Rohs, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Rafael Ballagas.

    Direct Manipulation Techniques for Large Displays using Camera Phones.

    Demonstration at 2nd International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing Systems (UCS 2004), Tokyo, Japan, November 2004.

  • Michael Rohs.

    Real-World Interaction with Camera-Phones.

    2nd International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing Systems (UCS 2004), Tokyo, Japan, pp. 39-48, November 2004.

  • Jürgen Bohn, Vlad Coroama, Marc Langheinrich, Friedemann Mattern, Michael Rohs.

    Living in a World of Smart Everyday Objects - Social, Economic, and Ethical Implications.

    Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 10(5):763-786, October 2004.

  • Michael Rohs, Friedemann Mattern.

    Foto-Handys als mobile Interaktionsgeräte im Alltag - Klicken in der realen Welt.

    Project description, ETH Zurich, October 2004.

  • Rafael Ballagas, Michael Rohs, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Jan Borchers.

    BYOD: Bring Your Own Device.

    UbiComp 2004 Workshop on Ubiquitous Display Environments, Nottingham, UK, September 2004.

  • Harald Vogt, Michael Rohs, Roger Kilian-Kehr.

    Middleware for Smart Cards.

    In: Qusay H. Mahmoud (Ed.): Middleware for Communications, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 0-470-86206-8, July 2004.

  • Michael Rohs, Beat Gfeller.

    Using Camera-Equipped Mobile Phones for Interacting with Real-World

    Objects.

    In: Alois Ferscha, Horst Hoertner, Gabriele Kotsis (Eds.): Advances in

    Pervasive Computing, Austrian Computer Society (OCG), ISBN

    3-85403-176-9, pp. 265-271, Vienna, Austria, April 2004.

2003

  • Frank Siegemund, Michael Rohs.

    Rendezvous Layer Protocols for Bluetooth-Enabled Smart Devices.

    Journal for Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC), pp. 91-101, October 2003.

  • Michael Rohs, Jürgen Bohn.

    Entry Points into a Smart Campus Environment - Overview of the ETHOC

    System.

    In IWSAWC '03: Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on

    Distributed Computing Systems - Workshops (ICDCS 2003 Workshops), IEEE

    Computer Society, pp. 260-266, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, May 2003.

  • Jürgen Bohn, Vlad Coroama, Marc Langheinrich, Friedemann Mattern, Michael Rohs.

    Disappearing Computers Everywhere - Living in a World of Smart Everyday Objects.

    Proc. of New Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe Conference, London, UK, April 2003.

  • Jürgen Bohn, Vlad Coroama, Marc Langheinrich, Friedemann Mattern,

    Michael Rohs.

    Allgegenwart und Verschwinden des Computers - Leben in einer Welt

    smarter Alltagsdinge.

    In: Ralf Grötker (Ed.): Privat! Kontrollierte Freiheit in einer

    vernetzten Welt, Heise-Verlag, ISBN 3-936931-01-1, pp. 195-245, March

    2003.

2002

  • Marc Langheinrich, Vlad Coroama, Jürgen Bohn, Michael Rohs.

    As we may live - Real-world implications of ubiquitous computing.

    Technical report, ETH Zurich, April 2002.

  • Frank Siegemund, Michael Rohs.

    Rendezvous Layer Protocols for Bluetooth-Enabled Smart Devices.

    In Hartmut Schmeck; Theo Ungerer; Lars Wolf (Eds): Proc. 1st

    International Conference on Architecture of Computing Systems - Trends

    in Network and Pervasive Computing, ARCS, pp. 256-273, April 2002.

2001

  • Jürgen Bohn, Michael Rohs.

    Klicken in der realen Welt.

    Konferenz Mensch und Computer 2001, Workshop

    Mensch-Computer-Interaktion in allgegenwärtigen Informationssystemen,

    Bad Honnef, March 2001.

  • Michael Rohs, Harald Vogt.

    Smart Card Applications and Mobility in a World of Short Distance Communication.

    CASTING project, a cooperation between ETH Zurich and Swisscom Corporate Technology, January 2001.

2000

  • Roger Kehr, Michael Rohs, Harald Vogt.

    Mobile Code as an Enabling Technology for Service-oriented Smartcard

    Middleware.

    Proc. 2nd International Symposium on Distributed Objects and

    Applications DOA'2000, Antwerp, Belgium, IEEE Computer Society, pp.

    119-130, September 2000.

  • Roger Kehr, Michael Rohs, Harald Vogt.

    Issues in Smartcard Middleware.

    In: I. Attali, T. Jensen (Eds.), Java on Smart Cards: Programming and Security, Springer-Verlag LNCS 2041, pp. 90-97, 2000.

  • Michael Rohs.

    Konzeption und Realisierung einer Integration von Smartcards in Jini-Föderationen.

    Diploma thesis, Darmstadt University of Technology, April 2000.

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