Imagineering novel languages for the communication between humans (and machines).
Our research is centered around the understanding, design, development, and evaluation of computing solutions and human-machine interfaces that improve the way we interact with, work with, and communicate through machines.
A majority of our research considers AI driven Extended Reality user interfaces in the context of physical and mental health, such as Virtual-, Mixed- or Augmented Reality systems. Examples of these are assistive technologies for medical procedures or systems to assess and diagnose pathologies and disorders.
To do so, we strive for foundational, translational, and radical scientific contributions with high methodological and experimental quality. Our research is inspired by multiple disciplines, including but not limited to Computer Science, Psychology, Design, Medicine, and Neuroscience. We incorporate methods from these disciplines, such as computer vision, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, and user-centered design in a broad methodological bandwidth to support our research goals. We closely interact with partners from medicine and industry to incorporate different perspectives.
You can find our recent scientific contributions on Prof. Roth’s Google Scholar page.