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About the article
Tilo Mentler is a research assistant at the Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems (IMIS) of the University of Luebeck. He holds a diploma in Informatics, specializing in Digital Media. Recently, he finished his dissertation about the usability of mobile interactive systems in regular and extraordinary missions of Emergency Medical Services. His main current research interests include human-computer interaction in safety-critical contexts (e.g. medicine), usability engineering and interaction design of mobile devices. He is a founding member and vice-chairman of the sub-group “Human-Computer Interaction in Safety-Critical Systems” within the special interest group “Human-Computer Interaction” of the German Informatics Society (GI).
Janosch Kappel is a student of Medical Engineering Science at the University of Luebeck. Recently, he finished his Bachelor’s degree and is now proceeding with the Master programme Medical Engineering Science at the University of Luebeck.
Lutz Wünsch is professor of paediatric surgery at the University of Luebeck and chairman of the Department of Paediatric Surgery at the UKSH (University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein). His areas of interest are paediatric urology and minimal invasive surgery and he has authored many articles on these topics. He is also interested in surgical education and new strategies to improve surgical skills.
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Herczeg is professor of practical computer science and media informatics and director of the Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems (IMIS) of the University of Luebeck. His main areas of interest are human-computer interaction, software ergonomics, interaction design, multimedia and interactive systems, computer-aided teaching and learning as well as safety-critical human-machine systems. He is a co-founder and chair of the German ACM SIGCHI and Human-Computer-Interaction section of the German Informatics Society (GI). Prof. Herczeg is a member of ACM and GI and served as an organizer, reviewer, chair and keynote speaker for more than 100 conferences and workshops. He is an author and editor of more than 200 publications and is an editor for books and journals in interactive media. He works as a consultant for industry and government in the area of human-computer-interaction, human factors, software-ergonomics, usability engineering, eLearning and safety-critical human-machine systems.
Published Online: 2016-08-16
Published in Print: 2016-08-01