• Lepreux S., Castet J., Couture N., Dubois E., Kolski C., Maquil V., Rivière G. Interaction Tangible sur Table, définitions et modèles.  Journal d’Interaction Personne-Système (JIPS),  AFIHM,  2016,  Volume  5,  Number  1  (1),  pp.1-21.
  • Maquil V., Tobias E., Anastasiou D., Moll C., Latour T. Instantiating problem solving scenarios on tangible tabletop interfaces using TULIP, Demopaper Mensch und Computer 2016, Aachen.
  • Anastasiou D., Maquil V., Ras E., and Fal M. 2016. Design Implications for a User Study on a Tangible Tabletop. In Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children (IDC ’16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 499-505.
  • Jones, C.E., Maquil V. Towards Geospatial Tangible User Interfaces: An Observational User Study Exploring Geospatial Interactions of the Novice , In Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management,Springer CCIS, vol 582, pp 104-123, 2016.


  • Maquil V. Towards Understanding the Design Space of Tangible User Interfaces for Collaborative Urban Planning , In Interacting with Computers 2015, doi: 10.1093/iwc/iwv005. .pdf
  • Maquil V., De Sousa L., Leopold U., Tobias E. A geospatial tangible user interface to support stakeholder participation in urban planning. In Proc. of the 1st International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory,  Applications and Management (GISTAM-2015), pages 113-120.
  • Jones, C.E., Maquil V. Twist, Shift, or Stack? Usability Analysis of Geospatial Interactions on a Tangible Tabletop. In Proc. of the 1st International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management (GISTAM-2015), pages 170-177.
  • Maquil V., Tobias E., Latour T. Tangible Voting: a technique for interacting with group choices on a tangible tabletop. In Proc. of INTERACT 2015. Springer International Publishing, pages 79-86, 2015.
  • Tobias E., Maquil V., Latour T. TULIP : A widget-based software framework for tangible tabletop interfaces. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGCHI symposium on EICS. ACM, New York, NY, USA, pages 216-221, 2015.
  • Limbu B., Maquil V., Ras E., Weinberger A. Tomb of Osiris: Gamifying the assessment of collaborative complex problem solving skills on tangible tabletops. CAA 2015 International Conference, June 22-23, Zeist, The Netherlands, 2015.


  • Ras E., Krkovic K., Greiff S., Tobias E., Maquil V.. Moving towards the Assessment of Collaborative Problem Solving Skills with a Tangible User Interface,  Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology 3(4), pp. 95-104. .pdf
  • Anastasiou, D., Maquil, V., & Ras, E. (2014). Gesture Analysis in a Case Study with a Tangible User Interface for Collaborative Problem Solving. Journal on Multimodal Users Interfaces, pp. 1-13, 2014.
  • Maquil V., Tobias E., Greiff S. and Ras E. Assessment of collaborative problem solving using linear equations on a tangible tabletop. CAA 2014 International Conference, June 30-July 1, Zeist, The Netherlands, 2014.
  • Tobias E., Maquil V. and Ras E. Tangible-based Assessment of collaborative problem solving. CAA 2014 International Conference, June 30-July 1, Zeist, The Netherlands, 2014.
  • Rangoni Y., Maquil V., Tobias E., and Ras E. Implementing widgets using sifteo cubes for visual modelling on tangible user interfaces. In Proc of the 2014 ACM SIGCHI symposium on EICS (EICS ’14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 205-210, 2014.


  • Ras E., Maquil V., Foulonneau M., Latour T. Empirical studies on a tangible user interface for technology-based assessment: Insights and emerging challengesin special CAA 2012 Issue: Pedagogy and Technology: Harmony and Tensions, International Journal of e-Assessment, 3, 1 2013.


  • Ras E., Maquil V., Foulonneau M. and Latour T. Using tangible user interfaces for technology-based assessment – Advantages and challenges CAA 2012 International Conference, July 10-11, University of Southampton, UK, 2012. .pdf
  • Maquil V., Zephir O., Ras E. Creating Metaphors for Tangible User Interfaces in Collaborative Urban Planning: Questions for Designers and Developers. Proceedings of COOP 2012, May 30 – June 1, Marseille, France, 2012. .pdf
  • Maquil V., Ras E. Collaborative Problem Solving with Objects: Physical Aspects of a Tangible Tabletop in Technology-Based Assessment. Proceedings of COOP 2012, May 30 – June 1, Marseille, France, 2012. .pdf


  • Ras E., Maquil V. Preliminary Results of a Usability Study in the Domain of Technology-Based Assessment Using a Tangible Tabletop. Workshop Proceedings of IHM, October 24-27, Sophia Antipolis, France, 2011 .pdf
  • Maquil V., Ras E., Zephir O. Understanding the characteristics of metaphors in tangible user interfaces. Workshop Proceedings of Mensch & Computer, September 10-14, Chemnitz, Germany, 2011 .pdf
  • Maquil V. Developing Tangible Interactions in an Interdisciplinary Approach: The Design Process of the ColorTable. Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften, 2011


  • Maquil V. The ColorTable: an interdisciplinary design process. PhD Thesis, Institute of Design & Assessment of Technology, TU Vienna, 2010, Supervisor: Ina Wagner. .pdf


  • Wagner I., Basile M., Ehrenstrasser L., Maquil V., Terrin J., Wagner M. Supporting community engagement in the city: urban planning in the MR-tent. Proceedings of Communities and Technologies, June 25 – 27, University Park, PA, USA, 2009, .pdf
  • Boerner A., Maquil V. Enhancing synergies between computer science and urban disciplines: Semi-automated applications for tangible user interfaces, a case study. Proceedings of CAAD Futures 2009, June 17 – 19, Montreal, Canada, 2009, .pdf
  • Maquil V., Sareika M., Schmalstieg D., Wagner I. MR Tent: a place for co-constructing mixed realities in urban planning. Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2009, May 25-27, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, 2009, .pdf


  • Maquil V., Psik T., Wagner I. The ColorTable – A Design Story. Proceedings of TEI 2008, Feb 18-21, Bonn, Germany, 2008, .pdf


  • Maquil V., Psik T., Wagner I., Wagner M. Expressive Interactions Supporting Collaboration in Urban Design. Proceedings of GROUP 2007, Nov 4-7, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA, 2007, .pdf


  • PhD Thesis awarded by the CSCW group of „Gesellschaft für Informatik“ and the „Internationale Institut für Sozio-Informatik“ in September 2011: Dissertationspreis für hervorragende Ergebnisse bei der Erforschung von Anwendungen der Informatik in sozialen Systemen.