News for Current students

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

HXLab at CHI '23

Oliver Schneider will be at CHI '23 to present Factors of Haptic Experience across Multiple Haptic Modalities by Ahmed Anwar, Tianzheng Shi, and Oliver Schneider. See you in Hamburg!

If you missed the talk, you can catch a recording here.

Thursday, March 23, 2023

Visit Ludwig Wilhelm Wall's Interactive Art Installation at Ontario Place

PhD candidate Ludwig Wilhelm Wall collaborated with an interdisciplinary group of Waterloo students to create "The Light Within," an interactive art installation featured in Lumière: The Art of Light. The exhibit is currently on display at Ontario Place until May 7.


Thursday, December 15, 2022

Opportunity: Post-doctoral Researcher

The Haptic Experience (HX) Lab is seeking a post-doctoral scholar to assist with a variety of projects involving haptics, physical interactive technology, and human-computer interaction. There is a great deal of flexibility in the topic, as the post-doc will be able to manage existing projects while having the opportunity to further their own research agenda. There will be ample opportunity for student mentorship, grant writing, and lab management experience in addition to core research activities.

Monday, July 25, 2022

Opportunity: Haptiverse Lead

The Haptic Experience Lab (HX Lab) at the University of Waterloo is looking for an individual to lead day-to-day operations for our Haptiverse project. The Haptiverse will be an online, open-source platform for sharing, reusing, and learning about haptic experiences, with the aim to help hapticians build on each other's work.
Thursday, April 28, 2022

Haptic Computing Lab at CHI 2022 Workshop !

Prof. Oliver Schneider and PhD Student Bibhushan Joshi from Haptics Computing Lab along with Donald Degraen (Saarland University), Prof. Georg Freitag (University of Applied Sciences Dresden), Paul Strohmeier (Sensorimotor Interaction Group MPI for Informatics), Bruno Fruchard (Inria - Lille) and Dennis Wittchen (University of Applied Sciences Dresden) were successfully able to organize CHI 2022 workshop on "Sustainable Haptic Design: Improving Collaboration, Sharing, and Reuse in Haptic Design Research".

We would like to express our gratitude towards our Speakers Eric Vezzoli (CEO and Co-Founder - Go Touch VR), Prof. Vincent Levesque (Assistant Professor - ETS) and Prof. Hasti Seifi (Assistant Professor - University of Copenhagen) for sharing their knowledge, and Thank all the participants for their active involvement and making the workshop fun and interactive.