Our group co-organized and participated in the second ZD.B Symposium - the network congress for the ZD.B scientific initiatives.

Four PhD students from our group presented their research:

  • Florian Bockes: Designing Human-centered Workflows in the Context of Digitalization inPublic Administration
  • Jürgen Hahn: Sketchable Interaction
  • Andreas Schmid: Closing the Gap Between Physical Object and Digital Representation
  • Sarah Thanner: Ethnographic Perspectives on Interactive Tabletops

Raphael Wimmer and Vitus Maierhöfer helped with organizing the symposium.

More details (in German) can be found in the official report on the ZD.B Symposium 2019 and in the Proceedings.