Recent Submissions

  • Notes on design and science in the HCI community 

    Bartneck, C. (MIT Press - Journals, 2009)
    The article discusses conflicts that exist between the science and design disciplines that comprise the human-computer interaction community. It explains that scientists have a tendency to value the scientific method over ...
  • The fruits of collaboration in a multidisciplinary field 

    Bartneck, C.; Jun, H. (Springer Nature, 2010)
    Collaboration between researchers and between research organizations is generally considered a desirable course of action, in particular by some funding bodies. However, collaboration within a multidisciplinary community, ...
  • Detecting h-index manipulation through self-citation analysis 

    Bartneck, C.; Kokkelmans, S. (Springer Nature, 2011)
    The h-index has received an enormous attention for being an indicator that measures the quality of researchers and organizations. We investigate to what degree authors can inflate their h-index through strategic self-citations ...
  • Sensing senses - tactile feedback for the prevention of Decubitus ulcers 

    Verbunt, M.; Bartneck, C. (Springer Nature, 2010)
    Decubitus ulcers, also known as pressure sores, is a major problem in health care, in particular for patients with spinal cord injuries. These patients cannot feel the discomfort that would urge healthy people to change ...
  • The end of the beginning - a reflection on the first five years of the HRI conference 

    Bartneck, C. (Springer Nature, 2011)
    This study presents a historical overview of the International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI). It summarizes its growth, internationalization and collaboration. Rankings for countries, organizations and authors ...
  • moBeat: Using Interactive Music to Guide and Motivate Users During Aerobic Exercising 

    van der Vlist, B.; Bartneck, C.; Mäueler, S. (Springer Nature, 2011)
    An increasing number of people are having trouble staying fit and maintaining a healthy bodyweight because of lack of physical activity. Getting people to exercise is crucial. However, many struggle with developing healthy ...