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Einladung zum Vortrag


20. Juni 2017, 16.00 Uhr c.t.
Universität Bremen | Cartesium Rotunde

Prof. Dr. Johannes Schöning
Universität Bremen | Fachbereich 3 | Informatik

Antrittsvorlesung: It's Time to Stop Staring at Your Phone's
Mobile Map: The Importance of HCI Perspectives for Next
generation Navigation Devices
In my talk I give a broad overview of my research. My research interests lie at the intersection of humancomputer
interaction (HCI), geographic information science and ubiquitous interface technologies. In our lab, we investigate how
people interact with digital spatial information and create new methods and novel interfaces to help people interact with
spatial information.
For example,, catastrophic incidents associated with GPS devices and other personal navigation technologies are all too
common: a tourist drives his rental car across a beach and directly into the Atlantic Ocean, a person in Belgium intending to
drive to a nearby train station ends up in Croatia, a family traveling on a dirt road gets stranded for four days in the
Australian outback. I will characterise key patterns that exist in these incidents and enumerate implications for research and
design in HCI that emerge from these patterns.
In addition, researchers and mapping platforms have shown growing interest in optimizing routes for criteria other than
simple travel time, e.g. identifying the "simplest route", the "safest route", or "most beautiful" route. However, despite the
ubiquity of algorithmic routing and its potential to define how millions of people move around the world, very little is
known about the externalities that arise when adopting these new optimization criteria, for instance potential
redistribution of traffic to certain neighborhoods and increased route complexity (with its associated risks). I will present
the first controlled examination of these externalities, doing so across multiple mapping platforms, alternative
optimizations, and cities.
Biografie
I am a Lichtenberg Professor and Professor of HumanComputer Interaction (HCI) at the University of Bremen in Germany.
Before, and coming to Bremen, I was a visiting lecturer at UCL, UK, helping to setup the Intel Collaborative Research
Institute for Sustainable Cities and had a faculty position at Hasselt University, Belgium. I am also currently a visiting
professor at the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (MITI), Portugal. Previously, I worked in Saarbrücken, where I
was a senior consultant at the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). During my time at DFKI, I received a
PhD in computer science at Saarland University (2010), which was supported by the Deutsche Telekom Labs in Berlin. I
obtained my Master's degree in Geoinformatics at the University of Münster at the Institute for Geoinformatics (2007).

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Antrittsvorlesung: Johannes Schöning | It’s Time to Stop Staring at Your Phone’s Mobile Map: The Importance of HCI Perspectives for Next-generation Navigation Devices
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