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Ralf Philippsen, M.Sc.

User requirements in electromobility
Eva-Maria Schomakers, M.Sc. Perception of privacy as key component of medical technology acceptance
Hannah Biermann, M.A. Trust in automation
Laura Burbach, M.A. Methode zum Überführen von Strukturgleichungsmodellen in ABM
Poornima Belavadi, M.Sc. Agent-based modeling of social phenomena in digital media
Patrick Halbach M.Sc. Agend-based simulation of opionion formation and spread in online social networks
Linda Engelmann M.A. Public perception and acceptance of renewable energy technologies
Julian Hildebrandt M.A., M.Sc. Consequences of digitalization for individual and organizational factors in working environments
Luca Liehner, M. Sc. Trust and perception of artificial intelligence in human-computer interaction
Vivian Lotz, M. Sc. Interaction design for communication between humans and autonomous vehicles in mixed traffic
Johannes Nakayama, M. Sc. Transparency in artificial intelligence
Lilian Kojan, M. Sc. Knowledge, Trust and Human Beliefs as Determinants for Behavior Change in the Climate Crisis
Caterina Maidhof, M. Sc. Perceptions of personal privacy in different users regarding health monitoring technologies
Sophia Otten, M. Sc. (Dis)Trust in medical technology and the impact on server health decisions
Alexander Hick, M. Sc. Accepance of artificial intelligence in health-related contexts