Raphael Wimmer

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Office hours: Tuesday, 13-15 and Thursday, 12-14 (reserve a time slot).

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About

Raphael Wimmer is a tenured lecturer at the University of Regensburg where he leads the junior research group “Physical Affordances for Digital Media and Workflows” funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts and coordinated by the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt).

Raphael studied media informatics at the University of Munich (LMU) where he also received his PhD for a thesis on "Grasp-Sensitive Surfaces". His research revolves around technical, ergonomic, and organizational aspects of human-computer interaction. (more info in German and English)

News / Blog

PDA Group at CHI '2018 (2018-04-21)

We will present a poster and a workshop paper at CHI 2018. (more...)


Presenting 'Files as Directories' at Salon de Refusés 2018 (2018-04-09)

On 9. April 2018, Raphael Wimmer presented initial work on using file system semantics for accessing structured data within files at the Salon de Refusés 2018. (more...)


Invited Talk at TU Dresden (2018-01-09)

Raphael Wimmer gave a talk about “Keeping the User in Control” at the Interactive Media Lab led by Raimund Dachselt at TU Dresden. Slides (PDF) (more...)


Invited Talk at Saarland University (2017-07-12)

Raphael Wimmer gave a talk about the state of paper and digital documents in public administration at the Human-Computer Interaction and Interactive Technologies Lab at Saarland University. We talked a little bit about e-government, prototyping techniques, and lab organization. Slides (PDF) (more...)


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Projects

Project: Sketching with Hardware (2012 - )

A Course for Teaching Interactive Hardware Prototyping to Computer Science Students


Project: Universal Files (2017 - )

Files and directories as information substrate


Project: Applying Voting Methods in User Research (2019 - 2019)

Investigating reliability and validity of Likert scales, Likert-type items and voting methods