Alarith Uhde


I am a Human-Computer Interaction researcher at Siegen University. My work currently focuses on algorithmic fairness, time perspective theory, and subjective well-being, using both quantitative and qualitative methods.

I am a Human-Computer Interaction researcher at Siegen University. My work currently focuses on algorithmic fairness, time perspective theory, and subjective well-being, using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
A model of optimized fairness in shift scheduling, where an algorithm distributes general resources such as free weekends equally, but conflicts are resolved collaboratively based on individual needs.
Fairness in Collaborative Nurse Shift Scheduling
Uhde et al. (2020)
The audience during the general assembly of the international time perspective network (ITPN) in Nantes, 2018
ICTP 2020: Call for Participation

The international conference on time perspectives will take place in Vilnius from 13.-17.7.2020. Submission for scientific and artistic contributions is open until the end of January 2020.

A printed shift schedule overview for a ward, held by a nurse.
Video presentation of our shift scheduling system prototype

A short video explaining our prototypical shift scheduling system for the UX Awards 2019.

A student makes coffee with a Senseo pad machine (top) and a manual grinder and Bialetti (bottom)
Understanding Automation with Peoples’ Wellbeing in Mind
Klapperich et al. (2019)
Ein Pfleger versucht sein Privatleben und sein Arbeitsleben zu managen.
Stärkung der Autonomie von Pflegekräften durch kollaborative Dienstplanung
Kubek et al. (2019)
The visual features of an emotional face contain details which facilitate recognition, and the emotion-driving color gradation
Recognition memory for low- and high-frequency-filtered emotional faces
Rohr et al. (2017)

Alarith Uhde
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