In this part of the website you can find information about my research and teaching activities. You can take a look at my academic publications, student projects and theses I have supervised, as well as my academic community involvement.
I am a research assistant at the Institute for Software Technology, Universität der Bundeswehr München. I am part of the Human-Computer Interaction group led by Prof. Dr. Michael Koch. Our research interests are varied, but we have a common focus on large socio-technical systems in real-world contexts.
My current work is part of the federally funded project UrbanLife+. Our goal is to conceptualize and prototype interactive technology for the urban space to increase the safety of seniors. The project started in 2015 and will conclude this year. See the project website for more information.
- Design Guidelines for Micro Information Radiators to increase Seniors’ Safety in Urban Space – Stojko, Fietkau, Koch (2020)
- A system design to support outside activities of older adults using smart urban objects – Fietkau, Stojko (2020)
- Smart Urban Design Space – Skowron, Aleithe, Wallrafen, Hubl, Fietkau, Franczyk (2019)