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Hybrid Societies: Humans Interacting with Embodied Technologies
Research Projects

Overview of Research Projects

The individual projects addressing the CRC’s research questions are organized in four interconnected areas of inquiry that each highlight certain facets of interaction scenarios:

 

Embodied Sensor and Motor Capabilities
Artificial Bodies
Shared Environments
Intentionality in Hybrid Societies
A01
Action Perception for Joint Actions (Voelcker-Rehage)
B01
Anthropomorphism (Rey/ Ohler)
C01
Gaze Interaction (Einhäuser-Treyer)
D01
Intentionality in Multimodal Interaction (Fricke/ Bressem)
A02
Learning Flexible Motor Control (Hamker)
B02
Avatar Postures and Gait (Brunnett/ Milani)
C02
Spatial Orientation (Jahn/ Klimant)
D02
Implicit Driving Cues (Bullinger-Hoffmann/ Krems)
A03
Body-attached Sensor Network (Kanoun/ Odenwald)
B03
Stereotyping of Bionics Users (Asbrock/ Meyer/ Brunnett)
C03
Human-like Trajectories (Thomas)
D03
Credible Conversational Pedagogical Agents (Schmied/ Rey/ Eibl)
A04
Unobtrusive Evaluation of System Latency (Bendixen/ Krems)
 
 
C04
Telemanipulation (Thomas/ Müller F.)
D04
Social Displays of Accountability (Müller M.)
Intersecting Projects, Integrated Research Training Group, Information Infrastructure, and Public Relations
E01
Identifying Events in High-dimensional Time Series (Helmberg/ Potts/ Pichler)
E02
Responsibility in Hybrid Societies (Gesmann-Nuissl/ Strobel)
MGK
Integrated Research Training Group (Strobel/ Jahn)
INF
Information Infrastructure Hybrid Societies (Gaedke/ Gessmann-Nuissl)
Ö
Public Relations Hybrid Societies (Pentzold)

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