About

 

Katrin Wolf is a professor for Media Informatics at the Hamburg University of Applied Science in the faculty of Design, Media & Information and before she was a professor for Media Informatics at the BTK, the University of Art and Design in Berlin. She had worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Human Computer Interaction Group at the University of Stuttgart, where she worked in the meSch project on projected guidance systems and in the RECALL project on lifelogging video navigation.

Katrin got her doctoral degree at the at the Telekom Innovation Laboratories of the Technical University of Berlin. She had worked as Media and Interface Designer in the European research project EMIKA at the Jewish Museum Berlin in cooperation with the University of Applied Science Berlin on developing a mobile multimedia guide for the museum.

Katrin lectures computer science, interaction design as well as human-computer interaction in practical and theoretical courses for several years. Her research focus is on human-computer interaction. Particularly, she is interested in multimodal interaction, spatial interaction techniques, navigation concepts for VR and ubicomp as well as in interaction design.