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 wellbeing. My research generally builds on cognitive and social psychology, social practice theory, and design for wellbeing.

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