Tobias Holstein joined Mälardalen University in 2014 as an associate researcher at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering. It is a cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt (h_da). Tobias studied computer science and received two M.Sc. degrees in 2009 and 2010. During the following 5 years he gained professional experience as software developer and software architect.
In 2013 he joined the In-Car-Multimedia Laboratory at the h_da to research user interfaces and suitable software architectures for Multi-OS environments in an automotive context.
His research interests are within ubiquitous computing, interaction design, software architecture and bridging the gap between software architecture and user interfaces in Multi-OS environments.
Ubiquitous computing group
Towards an architecture for an UI-Compositor for Multi-OS environments (Nov 2016) Tobias Holstein, Joachim Wietzke 10th European Conference on Software Architecture (ECSA 2016)
Low-cost mixed reality simulator for industrial vehicle environments (Jul 2016) Daniel Kade, Markus Wallmyr, Tobias Holstein, Rikard Lindell, Hakan Ürey , Oguzhan Ozcan HCI International 2016 (HCIi'16)
Towards a HTML-UI-Compositor by Introducing the Wayland-Protocol into a Browser-Engine (Apr 2016) Tobias Holstein, Joachim Wietzke , Bastian Weißbach 13th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA) (WICSA 2016)
Contradiction of Separation through Virtualization and Inter Virtual Machine Communication in Automotive Scenarios (Sep 2015) Tobias Holstein, Joachim Wietzke 9th European Conference on Software Architecture Workshops (ECSAW 2015)
Contradiction of Separation through Virtualization and Intercommunication (Sep 2015) Tobias Holstein, Joachim Wietzke Mensch und Computer 2015 (MuC15)
Current Challenges in Compositing Heterogeneous User Interfaces for Automotive Purposes (Aug 2015) Markus Wallmyr, Tobias Holstein, Rikard Land, Joachim Wietzke 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2015)
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