Christiane Moser

Christiane Moser is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction (University of Salzburg). Her background is in Applied Computer Science with focus on Human-Computer-Interaction. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Salzburg and has finished her PhD on Child-Centered Game Development this year. Since 2008, Christiane is working in the field of child-computer interaction, player experience research, and ambient assisted living. In her research, she is interested in creating valuable and user-driven technical solutions that motivate users to enhance their quality of life. She is currently managing and working in the GeTVivid project. Additionally, she is working in the ActiBrains project and leading a cross-media game project.

Research focus

  • User-centered Design
  • Player Experience Research
  • Child-Computer Interaction
  • Ambient Assisted Living

Teaching
University of Salzburg

  • HCI Studio – WS 2013/14
  • Usability and User Experience Engineering – WS 2013/14
  • Introduction to HCI – SS 2013, SS2014
  • Tangible User Interface Development with Sifteos – WS 2012/13
  • User Interface Development from HCI Perspective – WS 2011/12, WS 2012/13

Ditact Women’s IT Summer Studies

  • Creative Introduction in Game Development – 2014
  • Game Development made easy – 2014
  • Basics of HCI and User-centered Design – 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
  • Usability Check – 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
  • User-Centered Design – 2010
  • Web 2.0 – 2009

University of Applied Sciences Salzburg

  • UI Technologies – WS 2014/15, SS 2015, WS 2015/16
  • HCI Studio – SS 2014, SS 2015
  • Basics in Human-Computer Interaction – WS 2013/14, WS 2014/15
  • Interface Technologies – SS 2013
  • Interface Cultures – WS 2010/11, WS 2011/12, WS 2012/13

Supervision
Master Theses

  • Elisabeth Lang (2014) Optimizing JIRA for Agile Software Development from a User Perspective
  • Klara Pum (2013) Remote Probing: Enhancing Probes with Mobile and Web Technologies
  • Fabian Bergner (2013) Feedback im Rahmen von Scaffolding in Serious Games
  • Claudia Rappold (2012 – 2nd Supervisor) Expert Usability Evaluation of a Touch-Based Technology for the Improvement of the Communication between Older People

Bachelor Theses

  • Julian Fammler (ongoin) Trust in Software and Community Systems
  • Michaela Peterhansl (2015) Gamification as Motivation for Older Adults
  • Cornelia Zenz (2015 – 2nd Supervisor) Heuristics and Guidelines for the Development of Medical Robotic Systems
  • Alexander Senser (2014) Identity in the Context of Video Games
  • Dominic Sallai (2014) Gamification als Motivation für ältere Leute Focus – soziale Netzwerke
  • Junger Alexander (2014) Trust in Social Networking Platforms
  • Manuel Mitterer (2014) HTML5 und HBBTV: Wie profitieren Konsumenten/Produzenten von HBBTV/HTML5?

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