Operational Studio Director, Research Studio Pervasive Computing Research Studios Austria Forschungsgesellschaft
Benedikt Gollan studied electrical engineering and information technology at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). He completed his dissertation “Sensor-based Online Assessment of Human Attention” in 2018 at the JKU Linz. In his research he focuses on automatic feature recognition in various areas (audio / video, various forms of explicit and implicit interaction). In particular, he deals with the technical recording of cognitive states (human attention) and their role in the interaction with technical information systems (attention-aware ICT).
- C. Thomay, B. Gollan, M. Haslgrübler, A. Ferscha, J. Heftberger. A multi-sensor algorithm for activity and workflow recognition in an industrial setting. PETRA ‘19 Proceedings, 12th ACM International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments, June 2019.
- B. Gollan, M. Haslgrübler, A. Ferscha, J. Heftberger. Making Sense: Experiences with Multi-Sensor Fusion in Industrial Assistance Systems. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems – Volume 1: pp. 64-74, September 2018.
- B. Gollan, M. Haslgrübler*, A. Ferscha. Demonstrator for Extracting Cognitive Load from Pupil Dilation for Attention Management Services. Workshop on UbiTtention: Smart & Ambient Notification and Attention Management, Stuttgart, September 2016.