paluno works on novel and standard user interface engineering methods, tools and processes for designing interactive systems with high usability in a time- and cost-efficient way. For this, we use standards such as ISO 9241-11, -110, and -210.
Our research focuses on pervasive and mobile computing applications in areas such as mobile commerce, smart environments, tourism, public transport, automotive and health.
In the Emmy Noether research group “Mobile Interaction with Pervasive User Interfaces” funded by the DFG (German Research Foundation) we investigate novel interaction techniques, applications and services that support the interaction between mobile devices and pervasive user interfaces. This especially includes the interaction with horizontal and vertical displays, personal projectors and projected user interfaces.
Furthermore, we investigate research questions in the areas of mobile computing, distributed systems, Internet of Things (IoT), pervasive computing and user interface frameworks.