M.Sc. Christian Winkler
- Academic Staff
- Universität Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen
Lehrstuhl für mobile Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion
- SA 224
- work 0201 183-7295
- fax 0201 183-4176
- christian.winkler.pc (at) uni-due.de
- Consultation Hour:
Christian Winkler joined the MHCI group in September 2010. Before, he worked in the Pervasive Computing group, led by Albrecht Schmidt, at University Duisburg-Essen. Christian holds a B. Sc. in Mediainformatics & Design (2007) from University of Bielefeld and a M. Sc. in Systems Engineering from University Duisburg-Essen (2010). The title of the Master thesis was: SENSE-SATION: An Extensible Platform for the Integration of Phones into the Web (see publications). Before and during his studies (2002-2004), Christian worked part-time for an agency as developer for online services.
Fields of Research:
- Interaction with personal projections and Projector Phones (see project page)
- Application fields of mobile context sensing
Christian Winkler, Markus Broscheit, Enrico Rukzio: NaviBeam: Indoor assistance and navigation for shopping malls through projector phones.
CHI'11 Workshop on Mobile and Personal Projection.
Elba del Carmen, Valderrama Bahamondez; Christian, Winkler; Albrecht, Schmidt: Utilizing Multimedia Capabilities of Mobile Phones to Support Teaching in Schools in Rural Panama.
CHI'11 (full paper).
Alireza, Sahami Shirazi; Christian, Winkler; Albrecht, Schmidt: SENSE-SATION: An Extensible Platform for Integration of Phones into the Web.
Proceedings of Internet of Things conference (IOT).
2010, p. 1-8.
Christian Winkler: An Extensible Platform for Sharing Mobile Context Data Using Web Protocols (Diploma Thesis).
Alireza, Sahami Shirazi; Christian, Winkler; Albrecht, Schmidt: Flashlight Interaction: A Study on Mobile Phone Interaction Techniques with Large Displays (Poster).
Adjunct Proceedings of the 11th international Conference on Human-Computer interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI'09) - Poster.
- Pervasive Computing ST 2010
- User Interface Engineering I WT 10/11
- Pervasive Computing ST 2011
- NaviBeam: Indoor Assistance and Navigation for Shop- ping Malls through Projector Phones (Bachelor Thesis Computer Science, in process)
- Comparison of Pointing Techniques with Projector Phones (Bachelor Thesis Computer Science, in process)
- Traffic information by means of parasitic sensing – Using sensors, data mining and machine learning on ubiquitous smartphones to recognize people’s mode of transportation (Bachelor Thesis Computer Science, 2011)
- Interactive Phone Call (Master Thesis Computer Science, 2011)
- Mobile HCI 2009 (Bonn)
- Mobile HCI 2010 (Lissabon)
- UbiComp 2010 (Copenhagen)
- IOT 2010 (Tokyo)
- CHI 2011 (Vancouver)
- Member of the "Association for Computing Machinery" (ACM)
- Member of the "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers" (IEEE)
- IOT 2010
- IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine
- Mobile HCI 2011