Albrecht Schmidt is a professor of human-computer interaction at the University of Stuttgart. His primary research interest is at the crossroads of human-computer interaction and human perception. Albrecht received his PhD in computer science from Lancaster University in the UK.
Stefan Schneegass is a research associate within the Human-Computer Interaction group at University of Stuttgart. His current research interest centers on ubiquitous computing and human-computer interaction (HCI) particularly wearable computing.
Kai Kunze works as an associate project professor at Keio Media Design, Keio University. Beforehand, he held an assistant professorship at Osaka Prefecture University. His major research contributions are in pervasive computing, especially in sensing, physical and cognitive activity recognition. Recently, he focuses on tracking and improving knowledge acquisition activities. He is also a JST Presto grant recipient working on Eyewear Computing.
Jun Rekimoto is a professor at the University of Tokyo and director of the Interaction Lab, Sony Computer Science Laboratories. He was appointed to the SIGCHI Academy in 2007. Rekimoto`s research interests include human-computer interaction, computer augmented environments and computer augmented human (human-computer integration).
Woontack Woo is a Professor in the Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, Korea. The main thrust of his research has been implementing ubiquitous virtual reality in smart space, which includes Context-aware Augmented Reality, 3D Vision, HCI, and Culture Technology.