PI: Interactions and Interfaces for Shaping Space
Patrick Baudisch is a Professor for Computer Science at the Hasso Plattner Institute at the Universität Potsdam. He is an internationally recognized expert in the field of human-computer interaction with a focus on interactive fabrication, natural ‘intuitive’ interaction, and virtual reality. Baudisch studied computer science at the Technische Universität Darmstadt and at the Université Bordeaux, and worked as a research scientist in the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Research Group at Microsoft Research and at Xerox PARC. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Technische Universität Darmstadt. He was a visiting researcher at the University of Minnesota and is an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington. Baudisch has received numerous CHI Best Paper Awards and UIST Best Paper Awards. For his groundbreaking contributions to the field of human-computer interaction he was induced into the ACM CHI Academy in 2013. He was named an ACM Distinguished Scientist in 2014. He has received numerous grants for his research projects from the EU, the Hasso Plattner Foundation, as well as from numerous industry partners such as Microsoft and Nokia.
1. Baudisch, P. and S. Mueller. “Personal Fabrication.” Foundations and Trends® in Human-Com- puter Interaction 10, no. 3–4(2017): 165-293.
2. Lopes, P., You, S., Cheng, L., Marwecki, S. and P. Baudisch. “Providing Haptics to Walls and Other Heavy Objects in Virtual Reality by Means of Electrical Muscle Stimulation.” In CHI‘17 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Denver, USA, 2017, 1471-1482. New York: ACM, 2017.
3. Kovacs, R., Seufert, A., Wall, L., Chen, H.-T., Meinel, F., Müller, W., You, S., Brehm, M., Strie- bel, J., Kommana, Y., Popiak, A., Bläsius, T. and P. Baudisch. “TrussFab: Fabricating Sturdy Large-Scale Structures on Desktop 3D Printers.” In Proceedings of CHI‘17, 2606-2616. New York: ACM, 2017.
4. Lopes, P., Jonell, P. and P. Baudisch. “Affordance++: allowing objects to communicate dynamicuse.” In Proceedings of CHI 2015, 2515-2524. New York: ACM, 2015.
5. Holz, C. and P. Baudisch. “Fiberio.” In Proceedings of UIST 2013, St. Andrews, UK 2013, 41-50. New York: ACM, 2013.
6. Mueller, S., Kruck, B. and P. Baudisch. “LaserOrigami: laser-cutting 3D objects.” In Proceedings of CHI 2013, Paris, 2013, 2585-2592. New York: ACM, 2013.
7. Bränzel, A., Holz, C., Hoffmann, D., Schmidt, D., Knaust, M., Lühne, P., Meusel, R., Richter, S. and P. Baudisch. “GravitySpace: Tracking Users and Their Poses in a Smart Room Using a 2D Pressure-Sensing Floor.” In Proceedings of CHI 2013, Paris, 2013, 725-734. New York: ACM, 2013..
8. Baudisch, P. and G. Chu. “Back-of-device Interaction allows creating very small touch devices.” In Proceedings of CHI 2009, Boston, 2009, 1923-1932. Boston: CHI, 2009.
9. Baudisch, P. and R. Rosenholtz. “Halo: A Technique for Visualizing Off-Screen Locations.” In Proceedings of CHI 2003, Fort Lauderdale, 2003, CHI Letters 5, no.1 (2003): 481-488.
10. Baudisch, P., Good, N., and P. Stewart. “Focus Plus Context Screens: Combining Display Tech- nology with Visualization Techniques.” In Proceedings of UIST ‘01, Orlando, 2001, CHI Letters 3, no.2 (2001): 31-40.