Hannah Biermann
Building 4731 | Raum 03_B12
Campus-Boulevard 57
52074 Aachen

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Hannah Biermann

Hannah Biermann is a research assistant at the chair for Communication Science and Human-Computer Interaction Center (HCIC). She studied Digital Mediacommunication at RWTH Aachen University. In her master thesis she evaluated the user-centered acceptance of Ambient Assisted Living-technologies. Currently, her research is focused on trust in automation with special regard to mobility.


in press/under revision

  • Brell, Teresa; Biermann, Hannah; Philipsen, Ralf & Ziefle, Martina (in press). Trust in autonomous technologies. A contextual comparison of influencing user factors. Conference Proceedings at 21st HCI International 2019

  • Philipsen, Ralf; Brell, Teresa; Biermann, Hannah & Ziefle, Martina  (submitted). Under Pressure - Users' Perception of Range Stress in the Context of Charging and Traditional Refueling. Travel Behavior & Society. Elsevier


  • Brell, Teresa; Biermann, Hannah; Philipsen, Ralf & Ziefle, Martina (in press). Conditional Privacy. Users’ Perception of Data Privacy in Autonomous Driving. Full paper submitted to VEHITS - 5th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems. Zugehöriges Projekt: I2Ease (BMBF).

  • Philipsen, Ralf; Brell, Teresa; Biermann, Hannah; Brost, Waldemar; Eickels, Teresa & Ziefle, Martina (2019). Should I Stay or Should I Go? - Influencing Context Factors for the User's Decision to Refuel or Charge his Vehicle. Paper accepted for the 10th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Track: Human Factors in Transportation. Springer International.


  • Biermann, Hannah; Himmel, Simon; Offermann-van Heek, Julia & Ziefle, Martina (2018). User-specific Concepts of Aging – A Qualitative Approach on AAL-Acceptance Regarding Ultrasonic Whistles. In: Zhou J., Salvendy G. (eds) .4th International Conference on Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population ITAP 2018: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Applications in Health, Assistance, and Entertainment (pp 231-249). Springer. Cham. DOI ISBN 978-3-319-92036-8. Zugehöriges Projekt: Whistle (BMBF).   PDF

  • Biermann, Hannah; Offermann-van Heek, Julia; Himmel, Simon & Ziefle, Martina (2018). Ambient Assisted Living as Support for Aging in Place: Quantitative Users’ Acceptance Study on Ultrasonic Whistles. JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e11825. DOI: 10.2196/11825. ISSN 1438-8871. URL: Zugehöriges Projekt: Whistle (BMBF).   PDF