I designed, programmed and conducted large-scale (online) surveys and experiments.
I used controlled online and lab studies to research human behavior.
I analysed big data and panel data sets by using R and STATA.
I researched how humans react to artificial decision-making systems.
I have a profound knowledge of mechanical production processes.
I am interested in how people react to the use of algorithms.
Establishing audit rules, standards, guidelines and where appropriate, public policy for all Artificial Intelligence (AI) and autonomous systems in the areas of Ethics, Bias, Privacy, Trust, and Cybersecurity
Offer input and feedback to the High Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG), established by the European Commission
Designing, supervising and evaluating experiments to quantify the impact and return on investment of ads
Research on the impact of automation on human behavior, the acceptance of self-driving cars, risk-preferences when deciding for others and the influence of an automated payment scheme on performance; using laboratory experiments and large-scale surveys
Optimization and management of the Supplier and Request Management System and the Supplier Performance Management System in cooperation with the internal IT-department and an external service provider; monitoring of supplier KPIs in SAP
Programming, conducting and supervising laboratory experiments; statistical analysis of research data; support on various research projects
Support in multiple financial services and valuation projects; team lead on an internal project to develop a knowledge management system
Working in and managing the student management consultancy society at Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (about 60 active members; organized in JCNetwork e.V.)
Support in project planning, controlling, accounting and production in the family-owned automotive supplier business
Thesis Title: 'Accountability and Appraisal of Artificial Intelligence' (Supervisors: Prof. Oliver Kirchkamp, Prof. Christoph Engel)
Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Host: Prof. Jason Dana
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting, Mechanical Engineering
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting, Foreign Trade
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting
Keynote, 10 February 2020
In the Keynote Lecture at the Women of TUM network event I outline how computers and machines shape our lives and the challenges we face in human-machine interactions.Readmore
Interview, 11 August 2020
In an interview with the TU Munich I describe how my curiosity about different perspectives and joy in getting to know other thought processes has driven my career.Readmore
Video, 26 May 2020
In the Google Academy on Air Ads Expert masterclass I explain how to use experiments to measure the effect of YouTube, Display, and App advertisement.Readmore