|Name:||Dr.-Ing. Stefan Radomski|
|Phone:||+49 (6151) 16 - 23203|
|Fax:||+49 (6151) 16 - 23202|
|Address:|| TU Darmstadt - FB 20|
Stefan Radomski is a senior researcher in the Telecooperation group at the computer science department of the TU Darmstadt. He received his M.Sc. from the Leibniz University of Hanover and his doctorate for the defense for his dissertation "Formal Verification of Multimodal Dialogs in Pervasive Environments". He is currently head of the "Reliable Interactive Things" area within the Telecooperation group.
|Immersive Smart Spaces / Industry Funds||2011 - 2016|
This project was funded by and conducted in conjunction with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in Daejeon, South Korea. Here, installations of an immersive smart space using a wide range of in- and output modalities were employed to connect knowledge workers between Darmstadt and Daejeon. While the TI Area of the Telecooperation group at did the actual user interfaces, our task was to provide a scalable middleware to connect interactive entities between the two sites.
|Dialog+ / BMBF||2013 - 2015|
The project aimed to deliver a multimodal, functionally and emotionally optimized user interface to help elderly and impaired people with their immediate, every-day tasks. By offering interfaces tailored to these user groups their acceptance was increased and respective negative preconceptions reduced. Such tailored AAL solutions are of elevated importance in light of the demographic change in many societies.
|Brainstorming with Blind Persons / DFG||2012-2015|
The aim of the project was the scientific advancement in IT supported concepts and mechanisms for better integration of the blind in work places of the knowledge society. Team working sessions were selected as an exemplary application case. In a first step, typical work processes of blind participants in such sessions will be studied. Existing and innovative processes were modeled, fundamental new concepts for interaction devices and techniques researched and realized as research prototypes, and evaluated in real applications with blind persons.
|SmartVortex / EU FP7||2010-2014|
The SmartVortex project was funded under the EU framework program 7 and consisted of a mixed consortium of academic and industrial partners, among them Volvo CE, Sandvik Group, Bosch Rexroth (formerly Hägglunds Drive), Dassault (formerly FE-Design) and Phillips. The goal was to develop scalable data stream management solutions to enable predictive maintenance of industrial appliances and construction equipment. The task of the Telecooperation group was to provide multimodal interfaces to its users to enable efficient decision making.