Simon Himmel is a researcher at the Human Technology Centre at RWTH Aachen University. While his work emphasis is on the research program eHealth "Enhancing Mobility with Aging," he is an all-purpose assistant. Simon has studied communication science with mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen University. He wrote his M.A. thesis at HumTec on human-machine communication.
Himmel, S., Arning, K., Ziefle, M. From Living Space to Urban Quarter: Acceptance of different ICT Monitoring Solutions in an Ageing Society. HCI International 2013
Ziefle, M., Himmel, S., Holzinger, A. (2012) How Usage Context shapes Evaluation and Adoption in different Technologies. 2nd International Conference on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare 2012. In: Rebelo, F., Soares, F., Advances in Usability Evaluation Part II, CRC Press, pp. 2812-2821, ISBN 9781466560543 PDF
Ziefle, M., Himmel, S. & Wilkowska, W. (2011). When your living space knows what you do: Acceptance of medical home monitoring by different technologies. In H. Holzinger & K.-M. Simonic (Eds.). Human-Computer Interaction: Information Quality in eHealth. LNCS 7058, pp. 607–624.Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. PDF
Himmel, S. Acceptance of Home-Integrated Information- and Communication Technologies - When your living space knows what you do. 7th Conference of the Austrian Computer Society Workgroup: Human-Computer Interaction (USAB 2011): Information Quality in Healthcare. Graz, Austria. November 2011. PDF