We are a research group in human-computer interaction. Our goal is to reinvent computer interfaces in order to seamlessly integrate digital media with the physical world, enabling more effective, expressive and engaging interactions. More…


Recent article about our group [english|german]

iSkin: Elastic On-Body Touch Sensors
PrintScreen: Digital Fabrication of Thin-Film Displays
More Than Touch
Flexpad
A Cuttable Multi-Touch Sensor
FoldMe
Handheld Tabletop
Xpaaand

News


    • Francqui Chair guest professor

      Jürgen Steimle is the Francqui chair guest professor at Hasselt University (Belgium) in the academic year 2015/2016. He will give a series of lectures and …More…
    • Paper accepted at CHI 2016

      We will present our latest paper at CHI 2016: Daniel Groeger, Elena Chong Loo, and Jürgen Steimle: “HotFlex: Post-print Customization of 3D Prints Using Embedded …More…
    • Best Paper Award at UIST 2015

      Our paper on Foldios was recognized with a Best Paper Award at ACM UIST 2014. More information on the project can be found here. No …More…
    • Maker Day 2015

      We are organizing a Maker Day for students at Saarland University on October 23. In this one-day event, participants learn the basics of printed electronics, …More…
    • Google Faculty Research Award

      We have received a Google Faculty Research Award for our research on skin interfaces. More information No related posts.More…
    • Two papers accepted at UIST 2015

      We will present the following two papers at UIST 2015: Simon Olberding, Sergio Soto Ortega, Klaus Hildebrandt, Jürgen Steimle: “Foldio: Digital Fabrication of Interactive and …More…
    • Article in Max Planck Research Magazine

      The research magazine of the Max Planck Society features an article about our group: PDF in German PDF in English No related posts.More…
    • Talk by Kai Kunze (Keio University)

      On July 1, Kai Kunze from Keio University in Japan will visit our group. He will give a public talk on “Eye Wear Computing” at …More…