Felix Dietz M.Sc.

Professur für Usable Security und Privacy
Gebäude Carl-Wery-Str. 20, Zimmer 2728
+49 89 6004 7373
felix.dietz@unibw.de

Felix Dietz M.Sc.

Felix Dietz is part of the Usable Security and Privacy Group as a PhD Student. He is mainly interested in physiological reactions in security-relevant situations but also has done prior work in AR/VR and machine learning.
Feel free to get in touch if you are looking for a thesis or have your own thesis topic you want to work on.
 

Short Bio

Felix Dietz has a B.Sc. in media informatics and M.Sc. in human-computer-interaction from LMU Munich. Along with his studies, he was a student assistant at LMU and UniBW (Institute for Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing), tutor for various courses at LMU as well as a research associate at the Institute of Networks and Security at JKU Linz. Before his time at UniBW he was also working in information security at InterCard / Verifone.
 

Publications

2020

dietz2021chiea.jpg Felix Dietz, Matthias Hoppe, Jakob Karolus, Paweł W. Wozniak, Albrecht Schmidt and Tonja Machulla. VRsneaky: Stepping into an Audible Virtual World with Gait-Aware Auditory Feedback. In Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. CHI EA '20. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA. [Download Bibtex] [Video]  

2019

hoppe2019chi.jpg Matthias Hoppe, Jakob Karolus, Felix Dietz, Paweł W. Woundefinedniak, Albrecht Schmidt and Tonja-Katrin Machulla. VRsneaky: Increasing Presence in VR Through Gait-Aware Auditory Feedback. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. CHI '19. Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA. [Download Bibtex]