Diana Carolina Hernandez Bocanegra (former member)

I joined the Interactive Systems Group in 2018. I have a MSc in cognitive sciences from TU Kaiserslautern, and a BSc in systems engineering and informatics from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. I worked as a research assistant at the Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE), in the lab of Prof. Tobias Donner, where I also wrote my thesis on computational neuroscience applied to decision making. My research interests are focused on recommender systems, explainable AI and the exploration of deep learning and NLProc techniques to improve human-computer interaction.





Development of an Instrument for Measuring Users’ Perception of Transparency in Recommender Systems

ConvEx-DS: A Dataset for Conversational Explanations in Recommender Systems

Effects of Interactivity and Presentation on Review-Based Explanations for Recommendations

Adaptive Circuit Dynamics Across Human Cortex During Evidence Accumulation in Changing Environments

Argumentative explanations for recommendations - Effect of display style and profile transparency

Effects of Argumentative Explanation Types on the Perception of Review-Based Recommendations

Assessing the Helpfulness of Review Content for Explaining Recommendations