Museums and the Web 2005
Speakers: Speaker Biography
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Speakers from around the world present their latest work at MW2005.

Michael Herczeg

University of Luebeck
Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems
Willy-Brandt-Allee 31a
media docks
Lübeck Germany
23554 Germany

Prof. Dr. Michael Herczeg was born in 1956. He studied computer science at the University of Stuttgart in Germany. He received his doctorate in the area of systems architectures for human-computer-interaction. He had several lead positions in software and systems development in the telecommunication industry. 1996 he has been associate professor for human-computer-interaction and software engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Since 1997 he has a full professorship at the University of Luebeck, Germany where he is the founder and director of the Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems (IMIS) and a founder of the International School of New Media (ISNM). He has been founder and co-chair of the German ACM SIGCHI and Human-Computer-Interaction section of the German Informatics Society GI. Michael Herczeg is a member of ACM, IEEE, AACE and GI. He has been author and editor of many publications as well as consultant in the area of human-computer interaction, human factors, usability engineering, e-learning and safety-critical human-machine-systems.

Michael will present Attraction by Interaction: Wiki Webs As A Way To Increase The Attractiveness Of Museums' Web Sites.