The goal of the Mobile Information Systems Research Group is the development of usable and future-proof mobile information systems for industrial use. For this purpose, we aim to create concepts, methods and appropriate tools.
The research group is dedicated to cutting-edge technologies like
- Enterprise Linked Data, semantic web technologies and the Internet of Things
- Model-driven software development of UIs for mobile systems in industrial applications
- User-centered design and advanced usability evaluation in collaborative workflows
- Semantic user modeling
We have scientific cooperations with the Chair for Media Design, TU Dresden (Prof. Groh), the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, TU Dresden (Prof. Malberg) & the Chair for Industrial Communications, TU Dresden (Prof. Wollschlaeger).
We are also engaged in various standardisation comittees such as GMA FA 5.16 Middleware in der AT (Spokesman), GI AK Be-Greifbare Interaktionen in gemischten Wirklichkeiten and GI Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion in sicherheitskritischen Systemen.
All courses & seminars can be found on the chair's teachings page (currently available in German only).
Go to the projects section to see what we are currently working on. We also have a Research Spotlight featuring interesting pieces from our research.