Katja Herrmanny (former member)

Since working at the Interactive Systems group, Katja Herrmanny has been engaged in several EU, BMBF, and BMWi funded projects, which are FoSIBLE, GDI.Ruhr, ECOWEB, KOLEGEA, Engage.NRW and PAnalytics. Within this work, she focused on innovative interaction concepts on platforms designed for specific users. This includes aspects of usability, user experience and playful interaction. Katjas major research interests are health-related persuasive and motivational applications as well as interactive systems for elderly users.

Katja holds a Master of Science in Applied Cognitive and Media Science (with honor) with computer science being her major subject. She started working at the Interactive Systems group as a researcher in 2012 while studying the master program of Applied Cognitive and Media Science. She is a PhD candidate since 2015.

Katja is member of the Graduation Committee of the Department of Informatics and Applied Cognitive Science.



Selected publications

Towards a user integration framework for personal health decision support and recommender systems

Investigating mechanisms for user integration in the activity goal recommendation process by interface design

The impact of prediction uncertainty in recommendations for health-related behavior

Using psychophysiological parameters to support users in setting effective activity goals

Supporting users in setting effective goals in activity tracking

Tagungsband des Workshops "Gemeinsam Altern erleben"

Sensor-based and tangible interaction with a TV community platform for seniors

Ein Vorgehensmodell für angewandte Spielformen

Tagungsband des Workshops "Gemeinsam Altern erleben"

Der IGQ - Ein Messinstrument für die Wirksamkeit von Gamification

Das Projekt PAnalytics – Selbstmonitoring für gesundes Altern

Blended Recommending: Integrating Interactive Information Filtering and Algorithmic Recommender Techniques

Tagungsband des Workshops "Senioren interaktiv unterwegs – (Kooperations-) Systeme gestalten"

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