Person

Dr. phil. Dipl-Psych.

Wiktoria Wilkowska

Wiktoria Wilkowska
Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationswissenschaft

Address

Room: 03_A22

Campus-Boulevard 57

52074 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 49228
 

Description

Wiktoria Wilkowska is senior researcher at the Human-Computer Interaction Center, shortform HCIC, and lecturer at the Department of Communication Science at the RWTH Aachen University.

Wiktoria is a psychologist with a focus on industrial and organizational psychology and she has completed her studies at the University of Giessen and RWTH Aachen University. In her interdisciplinary doctoral study at the Human Technology Centre at RWTH Aachen, Wiktoria dealt with the exploration of relevant patterns of technology acceptance and the identification of factors that determine a successful interaction and a long-term adoption of medical assistance systems (eHealth) in home environments (Ambient Assisted Living).

Since 2007 she has worked as a Research Associate on thematically diverse projects located at non-profit organisations like The Association of German Engineers and RWTH Aachen University. She also has an experience in psychological assessment and creation of medical-psychological reports assessing the persons’ physical and mental ability to drive a car (Obergutachterstelle des Landes NRW, Cologne).

Currently Wiktoria is working at Human-Computer Interaction Center and Department of Communication Science at RWTH Aachen University. Her research activities include empirical modelling of technology acceptance, taking into account different user profiles (user diversity), contexts of use and types of technology, as well as eLearning, user experience and usability testing. As a lecturer she performs courses and supervises Bachelor and Master theses as well as internships for students.

 

Publications

Title Author(s)
Cultural Impact on Perceptions of Aging, Care, and Lifelogging Technology: A Comparison between Turkey and Germany
Journal Article (2020)
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Colors of Aging: Cross-cultural Perception of Lifelogging Technologies in Older Age
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2020)
Heek, Julia
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Deus versus Machina: How Much Health-supporting Technology Do People Allow Depending on the Severity of the Disease?
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2020)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Heek, Julia
Ziefle, Martina
How to Handle Data Management of Assisting Lifelogging Technologies from a User’s Point of View
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2020)
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Two Faces of Privacy: Legal and Human-Centered Perspectives of Lifelogging Applications in Home Environments
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2020)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Colonna, Liane
Ziefle, Martina
May Technology Support Aging? : Diverse Users’ Opinions on Aging and Use of Health-Supporting Technology
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2020)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Ziefle, Martina
Wind of Change? : Attitudes towards Aging and Use of Medical Technology
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2019)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Brauner, Philipp
Ziefle, Martina
Determinants of Trust in Acceptance of Medical Assistive Technologies
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2019)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Technology-Enhanced Learning : Correlates of Acceptance of Assistive Technology in Collaborative Working Setting
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2019)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Leonhardt, Thiemo
Ehlenz, Matthias Siegfried
Ziefle, Martina
Guidelines for Integrating Social and Ethical User Requirements in Lifelogging Technology Development
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2019)
Offermann-van Heek, Julia
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Brauner, Philipp
Ziefle, Martina
1 - Rethinking technology development for older adults: A responsible research and innovation duty
Contribution to a book (2018)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Brauner, Philipp
Ziefle, Martina
Understanding Trust in Medical Technologies
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2018)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Gender-specific motivation and expectations toward computer science
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2018)
Völkel, Sarah Theres
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
The Lone Wolf Dies, the Pack Survives? : Analyzing a Computer Science Learning Application on a Multitouch-Tabletop
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2018)
Ehlenz, Matthias
Leonhardt, Thiemo
Cherek, Christian
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Schroeder, Ulrik
Participatory Design in the Development of a Smart Pedestrian Mobility Device for Urban Spaces
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2017)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Arning, Katrin
Ziefle, Martina
Acceptance of eHealth technology in home environments : advanced studies on user diversity in ambient assisted living
Book, Dissertation / PhD Thesis (2015)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Perceptions of Personal Privacy in Smart Home Technologies : Do User Assessments Vary Depending on the Research Method?
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2015)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Himmel, Simon
What Makes People Change Their Preferences in Public Transportation : Opinions in Different User Groups
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2015)
Ziefle, Martina
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Why Traditional Usability Criteria fall short in Ambient Assisted Living Environments
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings (2014)
Ziefle, Martina
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Privacy and data security in E-health: Requirements from the user’s perspective
Journal Article (2012)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
How user diversity and country of origin impact the readiness to adopt E-health technologies: an intercultural comparison
Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article (2012)
Wilkowska, Wiktoria
Ziefle, Martina
Alagöz, Firat