Juniorprofessur für Mensch-Technik-Systeme

The team of Human-Technology-Systems focuses on human cognition, emotion, and behavior in digital interactions and experiences. Our key topics include interaction paradigms between humans and digital entities, change experiences during and after digital interventions. We strive for meaningful, social, responsible, and sustainable answers on desiderata resulting from new paradigms of human-technology interactions.

Our research combines multiple methods and perspectives to invigorate flourishing synergies between psychology and computer science.

Our teaching encourages students to become confident and mindful agents of digitalization.

The junior professorship Human-Technology-Systems contributes to the education in the bachelor program Mensch-Computer-Systeme and master program Human-Computer Interaction.

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