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University of Michigan School of Information

Michael Nebeling

Michael Nebeling

Associate Professor of Information, School of Information and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering Email: Phone: 734/764-4057
Office: School of Information/105 S State St Faculty Role: Faculty Potential PhD Faculty Advisor: Yes Personal website Lab website


Michael Nebeling is an Associate Professor in the School of Information, where he leads the Information Interaction Lab. His lab investigates new methods, tools and technologies that enable users to interact with information in more natural and powerful ways, and also make it easier for designers to create more usable and effective user interfaces. Over the last few years, his lab's research focus has been on augmented, mixed reality, and virtual reality.


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Magnifying glass cartoon with "UMSI Research" inside, "AR Exhibitions for Sensitive Narratives: Designing an Immersive Exhibition for the Museum of Memory in Colombia" Headshot of Michael Nebeling, Assistant Professor.
Is augmented reality technology suitable for sensitive museum exhibitions?

Michael Nebeling and colleagues work with museum staff to determine how AR technology can be used to create an immersive, yet sensitive exhibit depicting first-hand experiences of armed conflict in Colombia.

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Newly promoted UMSI faculty: Ceren Budak, Alain D. Cohn, Michael Nebeling, Stephen W. Oney, Lionel P. Robert, and Florian Schaub
Board of Regents approve 6 UMSI faculty for promotions

Six UMSI faculty members were promoted by the Board of Regents. Their new positions go into effect this fall.

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