Projects

SHCTT - Supporting Hybrid Collaboration for the Teams of Tomorrow

Start date: 01-02-2020

End date: 31-10-2021

Categories:

  • Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Human Centered Design

In order to develop future tools that start at the state-of-the-art, it is necessary in a first step that we can describe the type of cooperation between people. Based on the preparatory work in Thomas Neumayr's dissertation project, which was published at ACM CSCW 2018, the framework introduced there should now be further refined. It is initially an 18-month collaboration between the team (consisting of Johannes Schönböck (Communication, Knowledge, Media), Werner Kurschl (Human-Centered Computing) and Thomas Neumayr (Communication, Knowledge, Media), under the direction of Mirjam Augstein (Communication, Knowledge, Media) on the topic of "Supporting Hybrid Collaboration for the Teams of Tomorrow" in the context of the research group PEEC (Personalized Environments and Collaborative Systems) with the main contact person Sean Rintel from Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK). A prototype is designed and created that enables a more detailed analysis of the working styles used. There have already been several discussions with Microsoft experts on how - partly experimental - Microsoft technology can be integrated into the prototype. During the first activities in this environment, the team supports an intern from Belgium who has a deeper interest in topics such as artificial intelligence or machine learning. An in-depth user study should then help to raise the framework to the next level and thus lay the foundation for support measures in the tools of tomorrow.

Supporting Hybrid Collaboration for the Teams of Tomorrow

Project lead

Placeholder Picture for Mirjam Augstein

Mirjam Augstein

Members

Picture of Johannes Schönböck

Johannes Schönböck

Picture of Thomas Neumayr

Thomas Neumayr

Picture of Werner Kurschl

Werner Kurschl

Picture of Helmut Leeb

Helmut Leeb

Picture of Thomas Teichmeister

Thomas Teichmeister

Picture of Niels De Cat

Niels De Cat

Picture of Laurens Mignolet

Laurens Mignolet

Funding Partners

Scientific Partners