Person

Anika Linzenich

M.Sc. RWTH
Anika Linzenich
Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationswissenschaft

Address

Building: Prolog, Campus Melaten

Room: 03_B14

Campus-Boulevard 57

52074 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 49244

Office Hours

nach Vereinbarung
 

Description

Anika Linzenich is a research assistant at the Human-Computer Interaction Center, shortform HCIC, at RWTH Aachen University. She studied Technical Communication with Materials Engineering at RWTH Aachen University. Currently she is working on the Excellency cluster The Fuel Science Center. Her research focus lies on the perception and acceptance of energy technologies. Apart from her research activities she is also involved in teaching.

 

Publications

Title Author(s)
“Risky transitions?” Risk perceptions, public concerns, and energy infrastructure in Germany
Journal Article (2020)
Linzenich, Anika
Zaunbrecher, Barbara Sophie
Ziefle, Martina
Identifying the "Do’s" and "Don’ts" for a Trust-Building CCU Product Label
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2019)
Linzenich, Anika
Arning, Katrin
Ziefle, Martina
What fuels the adoption of alternative fuels? Examining preferences of German car drivers for fuel innovations
Journal Article (2019)
Linzenich, Anika
Arning, Katrin
Bongartz, Dominik
Mitsos, Alexander
Ziefle, Martina
Uncovering attitudes towards carbon capture storage and utilization technologies in Germany: Insights into affective-cognitive evaluations of benefits and risks
Journal Article (2018)
Linzenich, Anika
Arning, Katrin
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Ziefle, Martina
Same or different? Insights on public perception and acceptance of carbon capture and storage or utilization in Germany
Journal Article (2018)
Arning, Katrin
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Linzenich, Anika
Kätelhön, Arne
Sternberg, André Dirk
Bardow, André
Ziefle, Martina
Uncovering the Impact of Trust and Perceived Fairness on the Acceptance of Wind Power Plants and Electricity Pylons
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2018)
Linzenich, Anika
Ziefle, Martina
Trust and Distrust in Carbon Capture and Utilization Industry as Relevant Factors for the Acceptance of Carbon-Based Products
Journal Article (2018)
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Arning, Katrin
Linzenich, Anika
Ziefle, Martina
A mast is a mast is a mast…? Comparison of preferences for location-scenarios of electricity pylons and wind power plants using conjoint analysis
Journal Article (2017)
Zaunbrecher, Barbara Sophie
Linzenich, Anika
Ziefle, Martina