Best Student Paper Award at International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Research and Applications

The Consumer Informatics Research Group participated in the 5th International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction Research and Applications with three papers. The research article Going Car-Free: Investigating Mobility Practice Transformations and the Role of ICT by Dennis Lawo, Lukas Böhm, Anna-Katharina Flügge, Christina Pakusch and Gunnar Stevens was awarded the Best Student Paper Award. Margarita Esau presented the results of the two other papers from the areas of Food and Smart Households: Probing Integrated Household Information Systems for Integrated Food Practices and Morning Routines between Calm and Engaging: Designing a Smart Mirror.