The Chairs most closely connected to HCI are exceptionally successful when it comes to the acquisition of research projects. Accordingly, we require an unusually high number of student assistants who are expected to take on a high degree of responsibility while working independently in the course of our projects.

Current Research Projects

A detailed description of all current research projects can be found here and here.
Current job opportunities and final theses linked to our projects you’ll find here.



Job offers will be posted here whenever available. If you are interested in working on a research project, please take a look at the list of research projects and submit an unsolicited application to any project that catches your interest.  In some cases, student assistants are recruited for a particular task or to replace present student assistants who graduate, leave to go abroad, or start an internship.


Lectures, Readings, Workshops

You are interested in a certain topic or favor a specific expert?
Bring it on and try to make your wish come true.

Collect some information about topic and/or person and ask your Academic Advisor for support.
Together with our lecturers we are more than willing to help to create a cooperation and bring that expert to our University.
But: You are in demand!

Organization and hosting as well as communication and mentoring of the guest on-site is up to you and should be coordinated and performed by somebody who is willing to take that responsibility.
We’ll support you in building up the cooperation as well as helping out with answering questions of financing, accommodation, and so on.

This approach will not only broaden the perspective on our daily life at University but enable you to follow your interests, stand up for yourself and to foster your capabilities and soft skills.

The one of you who isn’t afraid of the effort is able to achieve more than usual!