Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI), Berlin
Paul Chojecki is a psychologist and works since 2006 at Fraunhofer HHI, where he represents the area of contact-free human-computer interaction. He drives R&D activities, develops and manages projects for international clients in various industries such as automotive, medical, telecommunications and digital out of home.
Paul is an expert in the fields of human-computer interaction (HCI), usability engineering, innovation management and research marketing. His R&D focus is on new ways of HCI, especially computer vision-based contact-free, gestural interaction. One of his current projects is called smart care unit control room. The objective is to develop a ”Proxemic Monitor” which allows multimodal interaction and adaptive information visualization at intensive care units. Paul is general-chair of the World Usability Day Berlin, one of the largest usability and user experience events in Europe.
At the conference "Future Medicine" Chojecki will give a presentation on "The next big thing in medical interfaces – Monitors with brains, eyes and ears".