Hi, my name is Gian-Luca. I am a PhD student at the HCI Lab at the University of Bremen. My research focuses on how humans use navigation devices. I love investigating user behaviour in the field and get my hands dirty. Right now I mostly engage in bicycle navigation studies.
Research focus: Mobile pedestrian and bicycle navigation.
Study focus: Human-Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence.
Study focus: Linguistic and Semiotics.
Study focus: Scientific, theoretical and practical examination of multi-media systems and software development.
Human-Computer Interaction Group: Research on HCI related topics with a focus on Geo-HCI
Human-Computer Interaction Group: Scientific work on HCI related topics with a focus on Geo-HCI
Digital Media Group: Develoment of a digital infrastucture for a material science institute as well as conduction of usability experiments
Gian-Luca Savino: Virtual Smartphone: High Fidelity Interaction with Proxy Objects in Virtual Reality. EPO4VR - 1st Workshop on Everyday Proxy Objects for Virtual Reality at CHI, (2020)Link to paper
Gian-Luca Savino, Miriam Sturdee, Simon Rundé, Christine Lohmeier, Brent Hecht, Catia Prandi, Nuno Jardim Nunes & Johannes Schöning: MapRecorder: analysing real-world usage of mobile map applications. Behaviour & Information Technology, (2020)Link to paper
Gian-Luca Savino, Ankit Kariryaa, Matthis Laudan & Matthis Würdemann: Let Your Head Do the Talking. MobileHCI 2019 Student Competition - Human Augmentation. MobileHCI 2019, (2019)Link to paper
Gian-Luca Savino, Niklas Emanuel, Steven Kowalzik, Felix A. Kroll, Marvin C. Lange, Matthis Laudan, Rieke Leder, Zhanhua Liang, Dayana Markhabayeva, Martin Schmeißer, Nicolai Schütz, Carolin Stellmacher, Zihe Xu, Kerstin Bub, Thorsten Kluss, Jaime Maldonado, Ernst Kruijff & Johannes Schöning: Comparing Pedestrian Navigation Methods in Virtual Reality and Real Life. ICMI 2019: Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI ’19), (2019)Link to paper
Gian-Luca Savino & Thora Tenbrink: Point Me In The Right Direction. Workshop: Speaking of Location 2019 - Communicating about Space. COSIT 2019, (2019)Link to paper
Gian-Luca Savino, Miriam Sturdee, Simon Runde, Christine Lohmeier, Brent Hecht & Johannes Schöning: MapRecorder: Analyzing Real World Usage of Mobile Map Applications. Spatial Cognition 2018: Adjunct Proceedings of the International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Honorable Mention Poster Award, & Abstract presented at IC2S2 2018: Adjunct Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Social Science, (2018)Link to paper
Things I do for fun
I am co-chairing this years MHCI student competition.
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