The Group

The Human-Computer-Interaction Group was founded in October 2006 at the Informatics faculty.

The focus of the group in research and teaching is in the design and research of socio-technical systems for supporting the collaboration in teams, communities and networks. The research addresses in particular

  • Ubiquitous user interfaces for community awareness (information radiators, CommunityMirrors)
  • Infrastructure technologies for groupware and social software
  • (Usage of) Social Software (in organizations)
  • Enterprise 2.0, Social Business, Corporate Web 2.0
  • Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Groupware
  • Knowledge Management (in Communities of Practice)

The research group also is know under the name Cooperation Systems Center Munich (CSCM). In addition to this website you also find information about the group at https://www.kooperationssysteme.de/

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Koch

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