Human-Computer Interaction

Dr. Martin Fischbach

Akademischer Rat

Contact Details

Dr. Martin Fischbach
Human-Computer Interaction
Universität Würzburg
Am Hubland
D-97074 Würzburg

✆	+49 (0) 931 31 86314
⌂	Room 01.001, Building 50, Hubland North

About me

Martin studied applied computer sciences (Bioinformatics) at the University of Bayreuth until 2011. 2017 he obtained his PhD at the University of Würzburg. Since October 2019 he works at the HCI chair as akademischer Rat.

Research Interests

  • Real-time Interactive Systems
  • Multimodal Interaction
  • Virtual- & Mixed Reality
  • Software Architectures
  • Interactive Surfaces
  • Psychophysiological Effects in VR


Interactive OPERA
Interactive virtual environments for Objective evaluation of Psychophysical Effects based on bRain Activity.
XRoads explores novel and multimodal interaction techniques for tabletop games. It focusses Mixed Reality platforms that combine touch, speech, and gestures as input modalities for turn-based and real-time strategy games.
Multimodal interfaces (MMIs) are a promising alternative human-computer interaction paradigm. They are feasible for a wide rang of environments, yet they are especially suited if interactions are spatially and temporally grounded with an environment in which the user is (physically) situated, like virtual reality, mixed reality, human-robot interaction, and computer games.
SIRIS (Semantic Reflection for Intelligent Realtime Interactive Systems) is a research project which explores novel software architectures for Virtual, Augmented, Mixed Reality and computer games and similar domains.
Simulator X
Simulator X is a research testbed for novel software techniques and architectures for Real-Time Interactive Systems in VR, AR, MR, and computer games. It uses the central concept of semantic reflection based on a highly concurrent actor model to build intelligent multimodal graphics systems.



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