Christiane Moser presented the work from the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at fti…ReMiXeD speeddating event. This event was organized by the Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Technologie und Innovation (bmvit) together with Plansinn and hosted during this years BeSt – Die Messe Für Beruf, Studium und Weiterbildung.
More than 50 pupils from two school classes from the Neue Mittelschule Bergheim Salzburg and the Europa und Bundesgymnasium Salzburg-Nonntal participated in the speeddating with 6 researchers. The University of Salzburg was represented by Christiane Moser, Susanne Freingruber from the Urban Landscape Ecology, and Thomas Berger from the department chemistry and physics of materials. Additionally, Sandra Schön and Ferdinand von Tüllenburg participated from Salzburg Research, as well as Thomas Forte from the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg.
Christiane Moser introduced the relevance of HCI in everyday life with examples related to the car, robotics, and school. Therefore, she brought a box with several research objects and engaged the pupils in an eight minutes brainstorming session.