Raphael Wimmer

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

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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)

Invited Talk at Media Interaction Lab (2017-04-05)

Raphael Wimmer gave a short talk about our research (and upcoming challenges) at the Media Interaction Lab in Hagenberg. Slides. (more...)


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Project: Universal Files (2017 - )

Files and directories as information substrate


Project: Vigitia Meets Degginger 2.0 (September 2021) (2021-09-20 - 2021-09-25)

From September 20 to 25, 2021, we presented three prototypes to an interested public at Regensburg's Degginger Cultural and Creative Center. The primary goals of the exhibition were to generate ideas for further application scenarios and use cases, user research, public relations and science communication.


Project: VIGITIA meets Degginger 3.0 (March 2022) (2022-03-15 - 2022-03-19)

From March 15 to 19, 2021, we presented three prototypes to an interested public at Regensburg's Degginger Cultural and Creative Center. The primary goals of the exhibition were to generate ideas for further application scenarios and use cases, user research, public relations and science communication.


Project: Vigitia Meets Degginger (September 2020) (2020-09-14 - 2020-09-19)

Public exhibition of first project results


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

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


For a list of older publications please have a look at my university web site

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