My research interests revolve around the design, development and evaluation of technologies that extend and augment how adults explore knowledge together.
Currently, I am funded by the X5Gon project which looks at Open Educational Resources (OER), such as lecture videos, tutorials, etc. OERs have the potential to inspire and support people in developing skills. Our research explores new ways of engaging with OERs that can lead to efficient and enjoyable learning journeys. To this end, we use learner-centric design and Machine Learning algorithms to help learners identify, organise, adapt and share OER-based learning activities.
I hold a PhD in computing from The Open University, UK. My undergrad was in music composition at the Institute for Computer Music and Electronic Media at Folkwang University of the Arts, Germany. Prior to joining UCL, I worked as an industrial software developer in several startups, including projects in online education and assistive technologies.
2017 - present, Post-doctoral Research Associate at UCLIC
2014 - 2017, Industrial software developer
2010 - 2014, PhD studentship at The Open University. Thesis title "Designing Activities for Collaboration at Classroom Scale Using Shared Technology". Supervised by Yvonne Rogers, Stephen Peake and Robin Laney. Demo video.-
|M Perez-Ortiz, S Bulathwela, Claire Dormann, M Verma, Stefan Kreitmayer, R Noss, J Shawe-Taylor, Yvonne Rogers, E Yilmaz||Watch Less and Uncover More: Could Navigation Tools Help Users Search and Explore Videos?||2022||ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR'22), Conference paper (text)|
|M Perez-Ortiz, Claire Dormann, Yvonne Rogers, S Bulathwela, Stefan Kreitmayer, E Yilmaz, R Noss, J Shawe-Taylor||X5Learn: A Personalised Learning Companion at the Intersection of AI and HCI||2021||IUI '21: 26th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Conference paper (text)|
|Stefan Kreitmayer, Yvonne Rogers, E Yilmaz, J Shawe-Taylor||Design in the Wild: Interfacing the OER learning journey||2018||32nd International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2018), Conference paper (text), Belfast, UK|
|Stefan Kreitmayer, R Laney, S Peake, Yvonne Rogers||Sharing bubbles: Reflections on offline multi-surface scenarios||2013||UbiComp 2013 Adjunct - Adjunct Publication of the 2013 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, Journal article|
|Stefan Kreitmayer, Yvonne Rogers, R Laney, S Peake||UniPad: Orchestrating collaborative activities through shared tablets and an integrated wall display||2013||UBICOMP'13: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2013 ACM INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE ON PERVASIVE AND UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING, Journal article|
|K Bachour, Jon Bird, V Kalnikaité, Yvonne Rogers, N Villar, Stefan Kreitmayer||Fast and frugal shopping challenge.||2012||CHI Extended Abstracts, Conference paper (text)|
|Stefan Kreitmayer, Y Rogers,, R Laney, S Peake||From Participatory to Contributory Simulations: Changing the Game in the Classroom.||2012||CHI’12 Proceedings., Conference paper (text)|
|Stefan Kreitmayer, S Peake, R Laney, Yvonne Rogers||Designing a large multi-player simulation game to encourage reflection and critical debate||2011||Proceedings of the European Conference on Games-based Learning, Conference paper (text)|
|V Kalnikaitė, Yvonne Rogers, Jon Bird, K Bachour, N Villar, S Payne, PM Todd, Johannes Schöning, A Krüger, Stefan Kreitmayer||How to Nudge In Situ: Designing Lambent Devices to Deliver Information Salience in Supermarkets.||2011||13th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, Conference paper (text), Beijing|
|Paul Marshall, R Morris, Yvonne Rogers, Stefan Kreitmayer, M Davies||Rethinking 'multi-user': an in-the-wild study of how groups approach a walk-up-and-use tabletop interface.||2011||CHI '11 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Conference paper (text)|
|Paul Marshall, R Morris, Stefan Kreitmayer, M Davies||Re-thinking 'multi-user': an in-the-wild study of how groups approach a walk-up-and-use tabletop interface.||2011||Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems., Conference paper (text), ACM CHI 2011|