Working group lead

Prof. Timo Götzelmann

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  • Professor for the human-computer interaction appointment area
  • Research fields
    • Human-computer interaction
    • Accessibility for people with visual impairments
    • Physical computing
    • Participatory smart city and buildings
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration in intelligent traffic planning, architecture, and smart city
  • Multimedia Lab manager (HW.012/013)
  • Physical Computing Lab manager (HQ.414)
  • IN-Colloquium manager
  • German Informatics Society (GI): Liaison lecturer at Nuremberg Tech

Research associates

M.Sc. Julian Kreimeier

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Research associate since June 2017

  • Doctoral project on “Virtual reality to support blind and visually impaired people”.
  • Teaching support for “Software Ergonomics” and “Programming II” exercises, as well as supervision of students’ final thesis and group projects on human-computer interaction
  • Support in public relations and acquisition of third-party funds


Johannes Schwabl, Dipl.-Inf. (univ.)

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Research associate since January 2021

  • Collaboration in research projects in the field of physical computing and smart city
  • Support for laboratory operations and acquisition of third-party funds

Employed research master

B.Sc. Christina Oumard
  • Undergraduate studies in medical engineering
  • Master of Applied Research
  • Research project: “Virtual navigation and exploration of real indoor environments for blind people”
B.Sc. Natalie Mülbredt
  • Undergraduate studies in medical engineering
  • Master of Applied Research
  • Research project: “Auditory exploration of urban outdoor environments in VR for blind people (3D audio and sonification)”
B.Sc. Shila Rastizadeh
  • Undergraduate studies in design
  • Master of Applied Research
  • Research project: “Visualization of sensor data in virtual reality”
B.Sc. Pascal Karg
  • Undergraduate studies in computer science
  • Master of Applied Research
  • Research project: “Exploration of virtual tactile maps”

Academic/research assistants

B.Sc. Kim Ly
  • Master’s degree programme in electronic and mechatronic systems
  • Support for the AAmI research project: Applicability of Ambient Intelligence Approaches in Virtual Reality
Tobias Geyer
  • Energy and process engineering studies
  • Support in the Physical Computing Lab (construction of prototype mechanics and design)