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    My name is Sven Buschbeck, I am research­ing humans inter­act­ing with their envi­ron­ment. As an UI/software archi­tect + inter­ac­tion designer and devel­oper I am focus­ing on humans inter­act­ing with com­put­ers or with each other using computers.

    My per­sonal mis­sion state­ment is “Under­stand the user’s needs to let them do what they want to do more eas­ily.” I pur­sue this by cre­at­ing and eval­u­at­ing intel­li­gent and intu­itive user inter­faces. This includes any kind of user inter­face in gen­eral, but I am par­tic­u­larly inter­ested in inter­ac­tion with and visu­al­iza­tions of large data sets, as for exam­ple in Glo­cal and Mag­net.

    Lately, I’ve been work­ing for the Ger­man Research Cen­ter for Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence, DFKI GmbH, Saar­brücken, Ger­many.
    We cre­ated use cases, sce­nar­ios and inter­face pro­to­types for Glo­cal (FP7 Project), as part of our way towards an intu­itive and easy-to-use inter­face for a global scale media archive. This work led to the inven­tion of “Par­al­lel Explo­ration”, a new inter­ac­tion par­a­digm enabling users to explore an infor­ma­tion space in sev­eral direc­tions in par­al­lel. This new par­a­digm has proven to be eas­ily learn­able and allows to quicker find suit­able and match­ing results in an infor­ma­tion space where sev­eral results are of inter­est and need to be arranged or com­bined and thus an over­all opti­mal solu­tion is dif­fi­cult to find oth­er­wise. The lat­est pro­to­type can be found here.

    Besides that, I am inter­ested in pho­tog­ra­phy, mirco-controller pro­gram­ming, and any­thing related to expe­ri­enc­ing and pro­tect­ing nature.

    There are two kinds of peo­ple in the world,
    those who believe there are two kinds of peo­ple in the world and those who don’t.“
    Robert Bench­ley, Benchley’s Law of Distinction