About

I work at Siegen University, currently on a project about human-friendly and collaborative shift scheduling in healthcare. Generally my work revolves around fairness and time in human-computer interaction (HCI). On the one hand, I work on fairness in computer-supported decision-making. On the other hand I’m interested in time perception, subjective views on one’s past, present, and future, and how these views affect our well-being. My research generally builds on cognitive and social psychology, social practice theory, and design for well-being.

I am an active member of the international time perspectives network.