I am a former research assistant at the Interactive Media Lab Dresden. I have studied Computational Visualistics at the Department of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg. After finishing my studies in 2009 with my diploma thesis on “Visual Analysis of Gaze Data in Virtual Environments”, I’ve began researching and teaching in the former “User Interface and Software Engineering” research group led by Prof. Raimund Dachselt. In May 2013, I’ve successfully defended my dissertation on “Gaze-supported Multimodal Interaction” at the TU Dresden. A main focus of my doctoral studies are dedicated to the fluent and convenient interaction with distant displays taking a multimodal combination of different input modalities into account including a user’s eye gaze. My research background includes eye tracking, human-computer interaction, digital games, and computer graphics. My doctoral studies have been sponsored by the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). For further information please visit the following website.