Publications

You can find an updated list of all my publications on Google Scholar.

Selected Recent Publications

  • Julian Frommel, Cody Phillips, and Regan L. Mandryk. Gathering Self-Report Data in Games through NPC Dialogues: Effects on Data Quality, Data Quantity, Player Experience, and Information Intimacy. CHI ’21. DOI. Presentation Video. Teaser
  • Martin J. Dechant, Julian Frommel, and Regan L. Mandryk. Assessing Social Anxiety Through Digital Biomarkers Embedded in a Gaming Task. CHI ’21. DOI. Presentation Video. Teaser
  • Nicole A. Beres, Julian Frommel, Elizabeth Reid, Regan L. Mandryk, and Madison Klarkowski. Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic: Perceptions of Toxicity in Online Gaming. CHI ’21. DOI. Presentation Video. Teaser
  • Julian Frommel, Madison Klarkowski, and Regan L. Mandryk. The Struggle is Spiel: On Failure and Success in Games. FDG ’21 (accepted)
  • Julian Frommel, Valentin Sagl, Ansgar E. Depping, Colby Johanson, Matthew K. Miller, and Regan L. Mandryk. Recognizing Affiliation: Using Behavioural Traces to Predict the Quality of Social Interactions in Online Games. CHI ’20. DOI. Teaser
  • Pascal Jansen, Fabian Fischbach, Jan Gugenheimer, Evgeny Stemasov, Julian Frommel, and Enrico Rukzio. 2020. ShARe: Enabling Co-Located Asymmetric Multi-User Interaction for Augmented Reality Head-Mounted Displays. UIST ’20. DOI. Teaser
  • Regan L. Mandryk, Julian Frommel, Ashley Armstrong, and Daniel Johnson. How Passion for Playing World of Warcraft Predicts In-Game Social Capital, Loneliness, and Wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology. 2020. DOI
  • Julian Frommel, Claudia Schrader, and Michael Weber. Towards Emotion-based Adaptive Games: Emotion Recognition Via Input and Performance Features. CHI PLAY ’18. DOI
  • Julian Frommel, Fabian Fischbach, Katja Rogers, and Michael Weber. Emotion-based Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment Using Parameterized Difficulty and Self-Reports of Emotion. CHI PLAY ’18. DOI
  • Jan Gugenheimer, Evgeny Stemasov, Julian Frommel, and Enrico Rukzio. ShareVR: Enabling Co-Located Experiences for Virtual Reality Between HMD and Non-HMD Users. CHI ’17. Best Paper Award. DOI
  • Julian Frommel, Sven Sonntag, and Michael Weber. Effects of Controller-based Locomotion on Player Experience in a Virtual Reality Exploration Game. FDG ’17. DOI