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Portrait: Junior Prof. Frank Asbrock
Junior Prof. Frank Asbrock
Junior-Professorship of Social Psychology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-31678
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    +49 371 531-831678
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    Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz
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    Asbrock, F. (2010). Stereotypes of social groups in Germany in terms of warmth and competence. Social Psychology, 41(10), 76-81. Link

    Asbrock, F., Christ. O., Duckitt, J., & Sibley, C. G. (2012). Differential effects of intergroup contact for authoritarians and social dominators: A Dual Process Model perspective. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(4), 477–490. Link

    Asbrock, F., Gutenbrunner, L., & Wagner, U. (2013). Unwilling, but not unaffected – Imagined contact effects for authoritarians and social dominators. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(5), 404-412. Link

    Asbrock, F., Sibley, C. G., & Duckitt, J. (2010). Right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation and the dimensions of generalized prejudice: A longitudinal test. European Journal of Personality, 24(4), 324–340. Link

    Cohrs, J. C., & Asbrock, F. (2009). Right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and ethnic prejudice against threatening and competitive groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39(2), 270–289. Link

    Durante, F., Fiske, S. T., Gelfand, M., Crippa, F., Suttora, C., Stillwell, A., Asbrock, F., Aycan, Z., Bye, H. H., Carlsson, R., Björklund, F., Daghir, M., Geller, A., Larsen, C. A., Latif, H., Mähönen, T. A., Jasinskaja-Lahti, I., & Teymoorio, A. (2017). Ambivalent stereotypes link to peace, conflict, and inequality across 38 nations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 114(4), 669-674. Link

    Ambivalent stereotypes link to peace, conflict, and inequality across 38 nations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 114(4), 669-674. Link

    Kauff, M., Asbrock, F., Thörner, S., & Wagner, U. (2013). Side effects of multiculturalism - The interaction effect of a multicultural ideology and authoritarianism on prejudice and diversity beliefs. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39(3), 305-320. Link

    Meyer, B., & Asbrock, F. (2018). Disabled or cyborg? How bionics affect stereotypes toward people with physical disabilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:2251, 1-13. Link

    Van Assche, J., Asbrock, F., Dhont, K., & Roets, A. (2018). The diversity challenge for high and low authoritarians: Multilevel and longitudinal effects through intergroup contact and threat. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(8), 1163-1179. Link

    Van Assche, J., Asbrock, F., Roets, A., & Kauff, M. (2018). Positive neighborhood norms buffer ethnic diversity effects on neighborhood satisfaction and moving intentions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(5), 700-716. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Alexandra Bendixen
Prof. Alexandra Bendixen
Professorship of Structure and Function of Cognitive Systems
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-31681
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    +49 371 531-831681
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    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/P137 (new: C60.137)
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    Bendixen, A. (2014). Predictability effects in auditory scene analysis: A review. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8, 60. Link

    Bendixen, A., & Andersen, S. K. (2013). Measuring target detection performance in paradigms with high event rates. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(5), 928-940. Link

    Bendixen, A., Prinz, W., Horváth, J., Trujillo-Barreto, N. J., & Schröger, E. (2008). Rapid extraction of auditory feature contingencies. Neuroimage, 41(3), 1111-1119. Link

    Bendixen, A., SanMiguel, I., & Schröger, E. (2012). Early electrophysiological indicators for predictive processing in audition: A review. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 83(2), 120-131. Link

    Bendixen, A., Scharinger, M., Strauß, A., & Obleser, J. (2014). Prediction in the service of comprehension: Modulated early brain responses to omitted speech segments. Cortex, 53, 9-26. Link

    Bendixen, A., Schröger, E. & Winkler, I. (2009). I heard that coming: Event-related potential evidence for stimulus-driven prediction in the auditory system. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(26), 8447-8451. Link

    Einhäuser, W., Thomassen, S., & Bendixen, A. (2017). Using binocular rivalry to tag foreground sounds: Towards an objective visual measure for auditory multistability. Journal of Vision, 17(1), 1-19. Link

    SanMiguel, I., Widmann, A., Bendixen, A., Trujillo-Barreto, N., & Schröger, E. (2013). Hearing silences: Human auditory processing relies on pre-activation of sound-specific brain activity patterns. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(20), 8633-8639. Link

    Szalárdy, O., Winkler, I., Schröger, E., Widmann, A., & Bendixen, A. (2013). Foreground-background discrimination indicated by event-related brain potentials in a new auditory multistability paradigm. Psychophysiology, 50(12), 1239-1250. Link

    Winkler, I., Denham, S. L., Mill, R., Bőhm, T. M., & Bendixen, A. (2012). Multistability in auditory stream segregation: A predictive coding view. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences, 367(1591), 1001-1012. Link

Portrait: Dr. Jana Bressem
Dr. Jana Bressem
Center for Gesture Studies and Speech Sciences, Professorship of German Linguistics, Semiotics and Multimodal Communication
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    +49 371 531-32992
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    +49 371 531-832992
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    Thüringer Weg 11, 09126 Chemnitz
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    Bressem, J. & Müller, C. (2014b). The family of AWAY-gestures. In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & J. Bressem (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.2.) (pp. 1592-1604). Berlin, Boston: DeGruyter: Mouton.

    Bressem, J. (2013). A linguistic perspective on the notation of form features in gestures. In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & S. Teßendorf (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.1.) (pp. 1079-1098). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Bressem, J. (2015). Repetition als Mittel der Musterbildung bei redebegleitenden Gesten. In C. Dürscheid, & J.G. Schneider (Eds.), Satz, Äußerung, Schema (pp. 422-442). Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.

    Bressem, J., & Müller, C. (2014a). A repertoire of recurrent gestures of German. In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & J. Bressem (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.2.) (pp. 1575-1591). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Bressem, J., Ladewig, S. H., & Müller, C. (2013). Linguistic annotation system for gestures (LASG). In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & S. Teßendorf (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.1.) (pp. 1098-1125). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Müller, C., Bressem, J., & Ladewig, S. H. (2013). Towards a grammar of gesture – a form based view. In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & S. Teßendorf (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.1.) (pp. 707-733). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Müller, C., Cienki, A., Fricke, E., Ladewig, S. H., McNeill, D., & Bressem, J. (Eds.) (2014). Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.2.). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Müller, C., Ladewig, S. H., & Bressem, J. (2013). Gesture and speech from a linguistic point of view. In C. Müller, A. Cienki, E. Fricke, S. H. Ladewig, D. McNeill, & S. Teßendorf (Eds.), Body-Language-Communication: An International Handbook on Multimodality in Human Interaction. (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 38.1.) (pp. 55-81). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Portrait: Prof. Guido Brunnett
Prof. Guido Brunnett
Professorship of Computer Graphics and Visualization
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    +49 371 531-31533
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    +49 371 531-831533
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    Straße der Nationen 62, 09111 Chemnitz
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    Heinz, M., & Brunnett, G. (2018) Optimized GPU-based post-processing for stereoscopic multi-projector display systems. Virtual Reality, Link

    Hörr, C., Lindinger, E., & Brunnett, G. (2014). Machine learning based typology development in archaeology. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, 7(1):2. Link

    Liu, S., Brunnett, G., & Wang, J. (2013). Multi-level hermite variational interpolation and quasi interpolation. The Visual Computer, 29(6–8), 627–637. Link

    Marras, S., Váša, L., Brunnett, G., & Hormann, K. (2015). Perception-driven adaptive compression of static triangle meshes. Computer-Aided Design, 58, 24--33. Link

    Rusdorf, S., Brunnett, G., Lorenz, M., & Winkler, T. (2007) Real-time interaction with a humanoid avatar in an immersive table tennis simulation. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 13(1), 15–25. Link

    Váša, L., & Brunnett, G. (2014). Efficient encoding of texture coordinates guided by mesh geometry. Computer Graphics Forum, 33(5), 25–34. Link

    Váša, L., & Brunnett, G. (2013). Exploiting connectivity to improve the tangential part of geometry prediction. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 19(9), 1467–1475. Link

    Váša, L., & Brunnett, G. (2014). Rate-distortion optimized compression of motion capture data. Computer Graphics Forum, 33(2), 283–292. Link

    Zhang, L., Brunnett, G., Petri, K., Danneberg, M., Masik, S., Bandow, N., & Witte, K. (2018). KaraKter – an autonomously interacting Karate kumite character for VR-based training and research. Computer & Graphics, 72, 59–69. Link

    Zhang, L., & Brunnett, G. (2016). Combining inverse blending and Jacobian-based inverse kinematics to improve accuracy in human motion generation. Journal of Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, 27(1), 3-13. Link

Portrait: Prof. Angelika Bullinger-Hoffmann
Prof. Angelika Bullinger-Hoffmann
Proefessorship of Ergonomics and Innovation Management
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-32528
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    +49 371 531-832528
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    Erfenschlager Straße 73, 09125 Chemnitz
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    Bullinger, A. C., Neyer, A., Rass, M., & Moeslein, K. M. (2010). Community-based innovation contests: Where competition meets cooperation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 19(3), 290–303. Link

    Bullinger, A. C., Rass, M., Adamczyk, A., Sohn, S., & Moeslein, K. M. (2012). Open innovation in health care – Analysis of an open health platform. Health Policy, 105(2-3), 165–175. Link

    Haller, J. B. A., Bullinger, A. C., & Moeslein, K. M. (2011). Innovation contests - An IT-based tool for innovation management. cBusiness & Information Systems Engineering, 3(2), 103–106. Link

    Neyer, A., Bullinger, A. C., & Moeslein, K. M. (2009). Integrating inside and outside innovators: a sociotechnical systems perspective. R&D Management, 39(4), 410–419. Link

    Petzoldt, T., Roßner, P., Mair, C., Bullinger, A.C., & Krems, J.F. (Eds.). (2016). How does left lane width in motorway work zones affect driver behaviour and perception? [Special issue]. Advances in Transportation Studies - An international Journal, 1, 51–58.

    Plieth, H., Bullinger, A. C., & Hansen, E. G. (2012). Sustainable entrepreneurship in the apparel industry - The case of manomama. Journal for Corporate Citizenship, 45, 121–134. Link

    Rass, M., Dumbach, M., Danzinger, F., Bullinger, A. C., & Moeslein, K. M. (2013). Open innovation and firm performance: The mediating role of social capital. Creativity & Innovation Management, 22(2), 177–194. Link

    Schaub, K., Muehlstedt, J., Illmann, B., Bauer, S., Fritsche, L., Wagner, T., & Bullinger, A. C. (2013). Ergonomic assessment of automotive assembly tasks with digital human modelling and EAWS. International Journal of Human Factor Modelling and Simulation, 3(3–4), 398–426. Link

    Schmidt, E., Decker, R., & Bullinger, A.C. (2017). Psychophysiological responses to shortterm cooling during a simulated monotonous driving task. Applied Ergonomics, 62, 9–18. Link

    Simon, K., Jentsch, M., Bullinger, A.C., Meincke, E., & Schamber, G. (2015). Sicher aber langweilig? Auswirkungen hochautomatisierten Fahrens auf den erlebten Fahrspass [Secure, but boring? Effects of autonomous driving on percieved fun of driving]. Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, 69(2), 81–88. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Maximilian Eibl
Prof. Maximilian Eibl
Professorship of Media Informatics
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-31562
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    +49 371 531-831562
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    Straße der Nationen 62, 09111 Chemnitz
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    1/366B (new: A10.366.2)
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    Eibl, M., Loebel, J.-M., & Reiterer, H. (2015). Grand Challenge "Erhalt des digitalen Kulturerbes". In Informatik Spektrum (pp. 269–276). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. Link

    Herms, R., Seelig, L., Münch, S., & Eibl, M. (2016). A corpus of read and spontaneaus upper saxon german speech for ASR evaluation. ln Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016) (pp. 4648–4651). Paris: ELRA.

    Kahl, S., Hussein, H., Fabian, E., Schloßhauer, J., Thangaraju, E., Kowerko, D., & Eibl, M. (2017). Acoustic event classification using convolutional neural networks. In Tagungsband INFORMATIK 2017 (pp. 2177–2188). Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik. Link

    Rickert, M., & Eibl, M. (2013). Evaluation of media analysis and information retrieval solutions for audio-visual content through their integration in realistic workflows of the broadcast industry. ln Proceedings of Research in Adaptive and Convergent Systems AGM RAGS (pp. 118–121). NewYork, NY: ACM. Link

    Ritter, M., Storz, M., Heinzig, M., & Eibl, M. (2015). Rapid model-driven annotation and evaluation for object detection in videos. ln Proceedings of the HCI International 2017: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 9175 (pp. 464–474). Link

    Storz, M., Kanellopoulos., Fraas, C., & Eibl, M. (2014). ComforTable: A tabletop for relaxed and playful interactions in museums. ln International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (pp. 447–450). New York, NY: ACM. Link

    Storz, M., Kanellopoulos, K., Fraas, C., & Eibl, M. (2015). Designing with ethnography: Tabletops and the importance of their physical setup for group interactions in exhibitions. i-com. Journal of Interactive Media, 14(2), 115–125. Link

    Wirzberger, M., Herms, R., Esmaeili Bijarsari, S., Eibl, M., & Rey, G. D. (2018). Schema-related cognitive load influences performance, speech, and physiology in a dual-task setting: A continuous multi-measure approach. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 3(46). Link

Portrait: Prof. Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer
Prof. Wolfgang Einhäuser-Treyer
Professorship of Physics of Cognition
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-31586
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    +49 371 531-831586
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/P135 (new: C60.135)
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    Einhäuser, W., & König, P. (2010). Getting real - Sensory processing of natural stimuli. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 20(3), 389−395. Link

    Einhäuser, W., Methfessel, P., & Bendixen, A. (2017). Newly acquired audio-visual associations bias perception in binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 133, 121−129. Link

    Einhäuser, W., Rutishauser, U., & Koch, C. (2008). Task-demands can immediately reverse the effects of sensory-driven saliency in complex visual stimuli. Journal of Vision, 8(2), 1−19. Link

    Einhäuser, W., Spain, M., & Perona, P. (2008). Objects predict fixations better than early saliency. Journal of Vision, 8(14), 1−26. Link

    Einhäuser, W., Stout J., Koch, C., & Carter, O. (2008). Pupil dilation reflects perceptual selection and predicts subsequent stability in perceptual rivalry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 105(5), 1704−1709. Link

    Frässle, S., Sommer, J., Jansen A., Naber, M., & Einhäuser, W. (2014). Binocular rivalry - frontal activity relates to introspection and action, but not to perception. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(5), 1738−1747. Link

    Marx, S., Gruenhage, G., Walper, D., Rutishauser, U., & Einhäuser, W. (2015). Competition with and without priority control: linking rivalry to attention through winner-take-all networks with memory. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1339, 138−153. Link

    Preuschoff, K., 't Hart, B.M., & Einhäuser, W. (2011). Pupil dilation signals surprise: evidence for noradrenaline’s role in decision making. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 5, 115. Link

    Stoll, J., Chatelle, C., Carter, O., Koch, C., Laureys, S., & Einhäuser, W. (2013). Pupil responses allow communication in locked-in syndrome patients. Current Biology, 25(15), R647-R648. Link

    't Hart, B.M., & Einhäuser, W. (2012). Mind the step: complementary effects of an implicit task on eye and head movements in real-life gaze allocation. Experimental Brain Research, 223(2), 233−249. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Ellen Fricke
Prof. Ellen Fricke
Professorship of German Linguistics, Semiotics and Multimodal Communication
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-32895
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    +49 371 531-832895
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    Thüringer Weg 11, 09126 Chemnitz
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    Fricke, E. (2002). Origo, pointing, and speech. The impact of co-speech gestures on linguistic deixis theory. Gesture, 2(2), 207–226. Link

    Fricke, E. (2006). Intermedialität, Stil und Mental Spaces: Das Visuelle als Dimension musikalischen Komponierens in Georg Nussbaumers Installationsoper „orpheusarchipel“. Kodikas/Code, 29(1–3), 135–154.

    Fricke, E. (2007). Origo, Geste und Raum: Lokaldeixis im Deutschen. Berlin: de Gruyter.

    Fricke, E. (2008). PowerPoint und Overhead: Mediale und kontextuelle Bedingungen des mündlichen Vortrags aus deixistheoretischer Perspektive. Zeitschrift für Semiotik, 30(1-2), 151–174.

    Fricke, E. (2010). Phonaestheme, Kinaestheme und multimodale Grammatik: Wie Artikulationen zu Typen werden, die bedeuten können. Sprache und Literatur, 41(1), 69–88.

    Fricke, E. (2012). Grammatik multimodal: Wie Wörter und Gesten zusammenwirken. Berlin: de Gruyter.

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Portrait: Prof. Martin Gaedke
Prof. Martin Gaedke
Professorship for Distributed and Self-Organizing Systems
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-36509
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    +49 371 531-836509
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    Straße der Nationen 62, 09111 Chemnitz
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    Langer, A., & Gaedke, M. (2018). DaQAR - An Ontology for the Uniform Exchange of Comparable Linked Data Quality Assessment Requirements. In T. Mikkonen, R. Klamma, & J. Hernández (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 10845. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference, ICWE 2018, Cáceres, Spain (pp. 234-242). Link

    Heil, S., Bakaev, M., & Gaedke, M. (2016). Measuring and ensuring similarity of user interfaces: The impact of web layout. In W. Cellary, M. Mokbel, J. Wang, H., Wang, R. Zhou, & Y. Zhang (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 10041. Web Information Systems Engineering (pp. 252–260). Link

    Scholtz, A. Wild, S., & Gaedke, M. (2015). Systematic composition of web-based applications with focus on security. In G. Anderst-Kotsis, & M. Indrawan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services. Communications in Computer and Information Science, Volume 591 (pp. 637–641). New York, NY: ACM. Link

    Speicher, M., Both, A., & Gaedke, M. (2015). S.O.S.: Does your search engine results page (SERP) need help? Proceedings of CHI2015 - the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1005- 1014). Link

    Ast, M., Wild, S., & Gaedke, M. (2014). Efficient development of progressively enhanced web applications by sharing presentation and business logic between server and client. Journal of Web Engineering 13(3–4), 223–242. Link

    Wild, S., Wiedemann, F., Heil, S., Tschudnowsky, A., & Gaedke, M. (2015). ProProtect3: An approach for protecting user profile data from disclosure, tampering, and improper use in the context of WebID. In A. Hameurlain, J. Küng, & R. Wagner (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 8990. Transactions on Large-Scale Data- and Knowledge-Centered Systems (pp. 87–127). Link

    Gebhardt, H., Gaedke, M., Daniel, F., Soi, S., Casati, F., Iglesias, C. A., & Wilson, S. (2012). From mashups to telco mashups: A survey. IEEE Internet Computing, 16(3), 70–76. Link

    Dustdar, S., & Gaedke, M. (2011). The social routing principle. IEEE Internet Computing, 15(4), 80-83. Link

    Volz, J., Bizer, C., Gaedke, M., & Kobilarov, G. (2009). Discovering and maintaining links on the web of data. In A. Bernstein, D. R. Karger, T. Heath, L. Feigenbaum, D. Maynard, E. Motta, & K. Thirunarayan (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 5823. International Semantic Web Conference (pp. 650-665). Link

    Volz, J., Bizer, C., Gaedke, M., & Kobilarov, G. (2009). Silk – A link discovery framework for the web of data. In Proceedings of 2nd Linked Data on the Web Workshop (LDOW). CEUR Workshop Proceedings, vol. 538. Link

Portrait: Prof. Dagmar Gesmann-Nuissl
Prof. Dagmar Gesmann-Nuissl
Professorship of Private Law and Intellectual Property Right
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-39233
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-839233
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  • Address:
    Thüringer Weg 7, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/TW7/424 (new: C33.424)
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    Gesmann-Nuissl, D. (2014). Internethandel und Produktsicherheit. Studie im Auftrag der BAuA. ISBN: 978-3-88261-028-4.

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D. (2016). Wer regelt was mit welchem Recht für die Technische Kommunikation? Ein Überblick. In J. Henning, & M. Tjarks-Sobhani (Hrsg.), Gesetze, Urteile, Normen, Richtlinien - Regelungen für die Technische Kommunikation - Schriften zur Technischen Kommunikation 20 (S. 11-29). Stuttgart: tekom-Verlag.

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D. (2016). Technikkontrolle als Staatliche und private Aufgabe. In P. Kirchhof, H. Kube, R. Mußgnug, & E. Reimer (Hrsg.), Geprägte Freiheit in Forschung und Lehre (S. 267–271). Heidelberg: Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D. (2016). ISO 26000:2010 Leitfaden zur gesellschaftlichen Verantwortung von Organisationen. In H.D. Zolldanz, M. Ketting, & R. Pfundtner (Hrsg.), Lexikon Qualitätsmanagement - Handbuch des modernen Managements auf Basis des Qualitätsmanagements (2. Aufl.). Berlin: de Gruyter.

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D., Ensthaler, J., & Wenzel, Chr. (2004). Produzenten- und Produkthaftung infolge abfallrechtlicher Produktverantwortung nach § 22 KrW-/AbfG - Erweiterte Verkehrs-sicherungspflichten für produzierende Unternehmen und Haftungsvermeidungsstrategien. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag.

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D., Ensthaler, J., & Zink, K. (2016). Evaluierung der deutschen Akkreditierungsstruktur. Studie im Auftrag des BMWi, Link .

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D., & Ensthaler, J. (2011/2012). Akkreditierung von Konformitätsbewertungsstellen. Studien im Auftrag der KAN. Link sowie Link

    Gesmann-Nuissl, D., Hölscher, R., & Hornbach, Chr. (2011). Systeme zur Geldwäschebekämpfung in der EU. Rechtsgrundlagen - Aufsichtsstrukturen – Risikomanagement. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag.

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Portrait: Prof. Fred Hamker
Prof. Fred Hamker
Professorship of Artificial Intelligence
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-37875
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-837875
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  • Address:
    Straße der Nationen 62, 09111 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    1/B216A (new: A11.216.1)
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    Baladron, J., & Hamker, F. H. (2015). A spiking neural network based on the basal ganglia functional anatomy. Neural Networks, 67, 1−13. Link

    Baladron, J., Nambu, A., & Hamker, F. H. (2017). The subthalamic nucleus-external globus pallidus loop biases exploratory decisions towards known alternatives: a neuro‐computational study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 49(6). Link

    Hamker, F. H., Zirnsak, M., Calow, D., & Lappe, M. (2008). The peri-saccadic perception of objects and space. PLOS Computational Biology, 4(2). Link

    Hamker, F. H., Zirnsak, M., Ziesche, A., & Lappe, M. (2011). Computational models of spatial updating in peri-saccadic perception. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 366(1564), 554−571. Link

    Neumann, W.-J., Schroll, H., de Almeida Marcelino, A.L., Horn, A., Ewert, S., Irmen, F., Krause, P., Schneider, G.-H., Hamker, F.H., & Kühn, A. (2018) Functional segregation of basal ganglia pathways in Parkinson's disease. Brain, 141(9), 2655−2669. Link

    Schroll, H., & Hamker F. H. (2016). Basal ganglia dysfunctions in movement disorders: What can be learned from computational simulations. Movement Disorders, 311, 591−1601. Link

    Villagrasa, F., Baladron, J., Vitay, J., Schroll, H., Antzoulatos, E. G., Miller, Earl K., & Hamker, F.H. (2018) On the role of cortex-basal ganglia interactions for category learning: A neuro-computational approach. Journal of Neuroscience, 38(44), 9551−9562. Link

    Ziesche, A., & Hamker, F. H. (2011). A computational model for the influence of corollary discharge and proprioception on the perisaccadic mislocalization of briefly presented stimuli in complete darkness. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(48),17392-17405. Link

    Zirnsak, M., Gerhards, R., Kiani, R., Lappe, M., & Hamker, F. H. (2011). Anticipatory saccade target processing and the pre-saccadic transfer of visual features. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(49), 17887−17891. Link

    Zirnsak, M., & Hamker, F. H. (2010). Attention alters feature space in motion processing. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(20), 6882−6890. Link

Portrait: Prof. Dr. Christoph Helmberg
Prof. Dr. Christoph Helmberg
Professorship of Algorithmic and Discrete Mathematics
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-34122
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    +49 371 531-834122
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 39, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/39/723 (new: C46.723)
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    Armbruster, M., Fügenschuh, M., Helmberg, C., & Martin, A. (2012). LP and SDP branch-and-cut algorithms for the minimum graph bisection problem: a computational comparison. Mathematical Programming Computation, 4(3), 275–306. Link

    Fischer, A., & Helmberg, C. (2013). The symmetric quadratic traveling salesman problem. Mathematical Programming, 142(1–2), 205–254. Link

    Göring, F., Helmberg, C., & Wappler, M. (2008). Embedded in the shadow of the separator. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 19(1), 472–501. Link

    Helmberg, C. (2002). Semidefinite programming. European Journal of Operational Research, 137(3), 461–482. Link

    Helmberg, C., & Kiwiel, K. C. (2002). A spectral bundle method with bounds. Mathematical Programming, 93(2), 173– 194. Link

    Helmberg, C., & Rendl, F. (2000). A spectral bundle method for semidefinite programming. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 10(3), 673–696. Link

    Helmberg, C., & Rendl, F. (1998). Solving quadratic (0,1)-problems by semidefinite programs and cutting planes. Mathematical Programming, 82(3), 291–315. Link

    Helmberg, C., Rendl, F., & Weismantel, R. (2000). A semidefinite programming approach to the quadratic knapsack problem. Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, 4(2), 197–215. Link

    Helmberg, C., Rendl, F., Vanderbei, R. J., & Wolkowicz, H. (1996). An interior-point method for semidefinite programming. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 6(2), 342–361. Link

    Helmberg, C., & Trevisan, V. (2015). Threshold graphs of maximal Laplacian energy. Discrete Mathematics, 338(7), 1075–1084. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Georg Jahn
Prof. Georg Jahn
Professorship of Applied Geropsychology and Cognition
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-36338
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-836338
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  • Address:
    Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    4/112A (new: B01.112.1)
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  • Publications:

    Jahn, G. (2004). Three turtles in danger: Spontaneous construction of causally relevant spatial situation models. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30, 969–987. Link

    Jahn, G., & Braatz, J. (2014). Memory indexing of sequential symptom processing in diagnostic reasoning. Cognitive Psychology, 68, 59–97. Link

    Jahn, G., Knauff, M., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2007). Preferred mental models in reasoning about spatial relations. Memory & Cognition, 35, 2075–2087. Link

    Jahn, G., Krems, J. F., & Gelau, C. (2009). Skill acquisition while interacting with in-vehicle information systems: Interface design determines the level of safety-relevant distractions. Human Factors, 51, 136–151. Link

    Jahn, G., Oehme, A., Krems, J. F., & Gelau, C. (2005). Peripheral detection as a workload measure in driving: Effects of traffic complexity and route guidance system use in a driving study. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 8, 255–275. Link

    Jahn, G., Papenmeier, F., Meyerhoff, H. S., & Huff, M. (2012). Spatial reference in multiple object tracking. Experimental Psychology, 59, 163–173. Link

    Jahn, G., Wendt, J., Lotze, M., Papenmeier, F., & Huff, M. (2012). Brain activation during spatial updating and attentive tracking of moving targets. Brain and Cognition, 78, 105–113. Link

    Rebitschek, F., Krems, J. F., & Jahn, G. (2016). The diversity effect in diagnostic reasoning. Memory & Cognition, 44, 789–805. Link

    Renkewitz, F., & Jahn, G. (2012). Memory Indexing: A novel method for tracing memory processes in complex cognitive tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38, 1622–1639. Link

    Scholz, A., Krems, J.F., & Jahn, G. (2017). Watching diagnoses develop: Eye movements reveal symptom processing during diagnostic reasoning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24, 1398–1412. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Olfa Kanoun
Prof. Olfa Kanoun
Professorship of Measurement and Sensor Technology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-36931
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-836931
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/W207 (new: C25.207)
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  • Publications:

    Al-Hamry, A., Kang, H., Sowade, E., Dzhagan, V., Rodriguez, R. D., Müller, C., … Kanoun, O. (2016). Tuning the reduction and conductivity of solution-processed graphene oxide by intense pulsed light. Carbon, 102, 236–244. Link

    Benchirouf, A., Palaniyappan, S., Ramalingame, R., Raghunandan, P., Jagemann, T., Müller, C., … Kanoun, O. (2016). Electrical properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes/PEDOT:PSS nanocomposites thin films under temperature and humidity effects. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 224, 344–350. Link

    Bouhamed, A., Kia, A. M., Naifar, S., Dzhagan, V., Müller, C., Zahn, D. R. T., … Kanoun, O. (2017). Tuning the adhesion between polyimide substrate and MWCNTs/epoxy nanocomposite by surface treatment. Applied Surface Science, 422, 420–429. Link

    Dinh, N., & Kanoun, O. (2015). Temperature-compensated force/pressure sensor based on multi-walled carbon nanotube epoxy composites. Sensors, 15, 11133–11150. Link

    Gerlach, C., Krumm, D., Illing, M., Lange, J., Kanoun, O., Odenwald, S., & Hubler, A. (2015). Printed MWCNT-PDMScomposite pressure sensor system for plantar pressure monitoring in ulcer prevention. IEEE Sensors Journal, 15, 3647–3656. Link

    Kanoun, O., Müller, C., Benchirouf, A., Sanli, A., Dinh, T., Al-Hamry, A., Bu, L., Gerlach, C., Bouhamed, A. (2014). Flexible carbon nanotube films for high performance strain sensors. Sensors, 14, 10042–10071. Link

    Ramalingame, R., Hu, Z., Gerlach, C., Rajendran, D., Zubkova, T., Baumann, R., Kanoun, O. (2019) Flexible piezoresistive sensor matrix based on a carbon nanotube PDMS composite for dynamic pressure distribution measurement. Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems, 14(1), 1-7. Link

    Ramalingame, R., Lakshmanan, A., Müller, F., Thomas, U., Kanoun, O. (2019). Highly sensitive capacitive pressure sensors for robotic applications based on carbon nanotubes and PDMS polymer nanocomposite. Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems, 8(1), 87-94. Link

    Sanli, A., Benchirouf, A., Müller, C., & Kanoun, O. (2017). Piezoresistive performance characterization of strain sensitive multi-walled carbon nanotube-epoxy nanocomposites. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 254, 61–68. Link

    Sanli, A., Müller, C., Kanoun, O., Elibol, C., & Wagner, M. F.-X. (2016). Piezoresistive characterization of multi-walled carbon nanotube-epoxy based flexible strain sensitive films by impedance spectroscopy. Composites Science and Technology, 122, 18–26. Link

Portrait: Dr.-Ing. Philipp Klimant
Dr.-Ing. Philipp Klimant
Professorship for Machine Tools and Forming Technology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-36911
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-836911
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/M112 (new: C16.112)
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  • Publications:

    Allmacher, C., Dudczig, M., Klimant, P., & Putz, M. (2018). Virtual prototyping technologies enabling resource-efficient and human-centered product development. Procedia Manufacturing, 21, 749–756. Link

    Brade, J., Lorenz, M., Busch, M., Hammer, N., Tscheligi, M., & Klimant, P. (2017). Being there again – Presence in real and virtual environments and its relation to usability and user experience using a mobile navigation task. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 101, 76–87. Link

    Gammieri, L., Schumann, M., Pelliccia, L., Di Gironimo, G., & Klimant, P. (2017). Coupling of a redundant manipulator with a virtual reality environment to enhance human-robot cooperation. Procedia CIRP, 62, 618–623. Link

    Klimant, P., Kollatsch, C., & Schumann, M. (2017). Augmented reality solutions in mechanical engineering. In American Society of Mechanical Engineers, & American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Eds.), Proceedings of the ASME 12th International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference 2017 (Paper No. MSEC2017-2858, pp. V003T04A067, 9 pages). New York, NY: ASME. Link

    Klimant, P., Witt, M., & Kuhl, M. (2014). CAD kernel based simulation of milling processes. Procedia CIRP, 17, 710–715. Link

    Lorenz, M., Busch, M., Rentzos, L., Tscheligi, M., Klimant, P., & Fröhlich, P. (2015). I’m there! The influence of virtual reality and mixed reality environments combined with two different navigation methods on presence. In T. Höllerer, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, & IEEE Computer Society (Eds.). 2015 IEEE virtual reality (VR 2015) (pp. 223–224). New York, NY: IEEE. Link

    Neugebauer, R., Klimant, P., & Witt, M. (2012). Realistic machine simulation with virtual reality. Procedia CIRP, 3, 103–108. Link

    Schumann, M., Witt, M., & Klimant, P. (2013). A real-time collision prevention system for machine tools. Procedia CIRP, 7, 329–334. Link

    Schumann, M., Witt, M., & Klimant, P. (2016). A real-time collision prevention system for machine tools (part II). Procedia CIRP, 41, 789–794. Link

    Witt, M., & Klimant, P. (2015). Hardware-in-the-loop machine simulation for modular machine tools. Procedia CIRP, 31, 76–81. Link

Portrait: Prof. Josef F. Krems
Prof. Josef F. Krems
Professorship of Cognitive & Engineering Psychology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-36421
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    +49 371 531-836421
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  • Address:
    Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz
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    Beggiato, M., & Krems, J. F. (2013). The evolution of mental model, trust and acceptance of adaptive cruise control in relation to initial information. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 18, 47–57. Link

    Bocklisch, F., Bocklisch, S. F., & Krems, J. F. (2012). Sometimes, often, and always: Exploring the vague meanings of frequency expressions. Behavior Research Methods, 44(1), 144–157. Link

    Cocron, P., & Krems, J. F. (2013). Driver perceptions of the safety implications of quiet electric vehicles. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 58, 122–131. Link

    Franke, T., & Krems, J. F. (2013). Interacting with limited mobility resources: Psychological range levels in electric vehicle use. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 48, 109–122. Link

    Jahn, G., Krems, J. F., & Gelau, C. (2009). Skill acquisition while operating in-vehicle information systems: Interface design determines the level of safety-relevant distractions. Human Factors, 51(2), 136–151. Link

    Mehlhorn, K., Taatgen, N. A., Lebiere, C., & Krems, J. F. (2011). Memory activation and the availability of explanations in sequential diagnostic reasoning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37(6), 1391–1411. Link

    Petzoldt, T., Weiß, T., Franke, T., Krems, J. F., & Bannert, M. (2013). Can driver education be improved by computer based training of cognitive skills? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 50, 1185–1192. Link

    Stevens, A., Brusque, C., & Krems, J. (Eds.) (2014). Driver Adaptation to Information and Assistance Systems. London, UK: IET.

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Portrait: Prof. Bertolt Meyer
Prof. Bertolt Meyer
Professorship of Organizational and Economic Psychology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-32972
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    +49 371 531-832972
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  • Address:
    Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz
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    Grütter, J., Gasser, L., Zuffianò, A., & Meyer, B. (2017). Promoting inclusion via cross-group friendship: The mediating role of change in trust and sympathy. Child Development, 89(4). Link

    Li, J., Shemla, B., Meyer, B., & Wegge, J. (2018). From being diverse to becoming diverse: A dynamic team diversity theory. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39(8). Link

    Meyer, B., Burtscher, B., Jonas, K., Feese, S., Arnrich, B., Tröster, G., & Schermuly, C. C. (2016). What good leaders actually do: Micro-level leadership behavior, leader evaluations, and team decision quality. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25(6), 773−789. Link

    Meyer, B. & Glenz, A. (2013). Team faultline measures: A computational comparison and a new approach to multiple subgroups. Organizational Research Methods, 16, 393–424. Link. Supplemental material available from Link

    Meyer, B., Schermuly, C. C., & Kauffeld, S. (2016). That’s not my place: The interacting effects of faultlines, subgroup size, and social competence on social loafing behavior in work groups. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25(1), 31-49. Link (Best Paper Award 2016/2017, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology)

    Meyer, B., & Asbrock, F. (2018). Disabled or cyborg? How bionics affect stereotypes toward people with physical disabilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(2251), 1–13. Link

    Schermuly, C. C., & Meyer, B. (2016). Good relationships at work: The effects of LMX and TMX on psychological empowerment, emotional exhaustion, and depression. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37(5), 673–691. Link

    van Dijk, H., Meyer, B., van Engen, M., & Lewin Loyd, D. (2017) Microdynamics in diverse teams: A review and integration of the diversity and stereotyping literatures. Academy of Management Annals, 11(1), 517–557. Link

Portrait: Prof. Thomas Milani
Prof. Thomas Milani
Professorship of Human Locomotion
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-34536
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-834536
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 31/33, 09126 Chemnitz
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    Germano, A. M. C., Heß, T., Schmidt, D., & Milani, T. L. (2018). Effects of plantar hypothermia on quasi-static balance: Two different hypothermic procedures. Gait & Posture, 60, 194–199. Link

    Germano, A. M. C., Schlee, G., & Milani, T. L. (2016). Effect of cooling foot sole skin receptors on achilles tendon reflex: Foot Cooling and Achilles Reflex. Muscle & Nerve, 53(6), 965–971. Link

    Hammer, N., Möbius, R., Schleifenbaum, S., Hammer, K.-H., Klima, S., Lange, J. S., & Milani, T. L. (2015). Pelvic belt effects on health outcomes and functional parameters of patients with sacroiliac joint pain. PLOS ONE, 10, e0136375. Link

    Holowka, N.B., Wynands, B., Drechsel, T., Yegian, A., Tobolsky, V.P., Okutoyi, R., Ojiambo Mang’Eni, Haile, D.K., Sigei, T., Zippenfennig, C., Milani, T.L. & Lieberman, D.E. (2019). Foot callus thickness does not trade off protection for dynamic skin sensitivity during walking. Nature (1). Link

    Mitschke, C., Kiesewetter, P., & Milani, T. (2018). The effect of the accelerometer operating range on biomechanical parameters: Stride length, velocity, and peak tibial acceleration during running. Sensors, 18(1), 1–12. Link

    Mitschke, C., Zaumseil, F., & Milani, T. L. (2017). The influence of inertial sensor sampling frequency on the accuracy of measurement parameters in rearfoot running. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 20(14), 1502–1511. Link

    Schlee, G., Neubert, T., Worenz, A., & Milani, T. L. (2012). Children with ADHD show no deficits in plantar foot sensitivity and static balance compared to healthy controls. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33(6), 1957–1963. Link

    Schlee, G., Reckmann, D., & Milani, T. L. (2012). Whole body vibration training reduces plantar foot sensitivity but improves balance control of healthy subjects. Neuroscience Letters, 506(1), 70–73. Link

    Schmidt, D., Germano, A. M. C., & Milani, T. L. (2015). Aspects of dynamic balance responses: Inter- and intra-day reliability. PLOS ONE, 10. Link

    Zippenfennig C., Niklaus L., Karger K. & Milani, T. L. (2018). Subliminal electrical and mechanical stimulation does not improve foot sensitivity in healthy elderly subjects. Clinical Neurophysiology Practice, 3, 151–158. Link

Portrait: Dr.-Ing. Florian Müller
Dr.-Ing. Florian Müller
Professorship of Robotics and Human Machine Interaction
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-35197
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-835197
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/W132 (new: C25.132)
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  • Publications:

    Müller, F. (2018). Assistierende virtuelle Kraftfelder bei handgeführten Robotern. Aachen: Shaker Verlag.

    Müller, F., Fischer, N. M., Jäkel, J., Thomas, U., & Suchý; J. (2016). User study for hand-guided robots with assisting force fields. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 49(32), 246–251, Link.

    Müller, F., Jäkel, J., & Suchý; J. (2015). Tunnel-shaped potential force fields for improved hand-guiding of robotic arms. 20th International Conference on Methods and Models in Automation and Robotics (MMAR) (pp. 429–434). Link.

    Müller, F., Jäkel, J., & Thomas, U. (2018). Stability analysis for a passive/active human model in physical human-robot interaction with multiple users. International Journal of Control, 91, 1−28. Link.

    Müller, F., Jäkel, J., Thomas, U., & Suchý, J. (2016). Intuitive Handführung von Robotern als Handlingsysteme. In U. Jumar (Ed.) at – Automatisierungstechnik (pp. 806–815). München: De Gruyter Oldenbourg. Link .

    Müller, F., Janetzky, J., Behrnd, U., Jäkel, J., & Thomas, U. (2018). User force-depending variable impedance control on human-robot interaction. In IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE 2018). Link.

    Müller, F., Weiske, F., Jäkel, J., Thomas, U., & Suchý, J. (2017). Human-robot interaction with redundant robots using force-field-dependent variable impedance control. In IEEE International Symposium on Robotics and Intelligent Sensors (IRIS 2017) (pp. 166-172). IEEE. Link

    Ramalingame, R., Lakshmanan, A., Müller, F., Thomas, U., & Kanoun, O. (2019). Highly sensitive capacitive pressure sensors for robotic applications based on carbon nanotubes and PDMS polymer nanocomposite. International Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems, 8, 87–94. Link.

Portrait: Prof. Michael Rudolf Müller
Prof. Michael Rudolf Müller
Professorship for Visual Communication and Sociology of Media
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-35413
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    +49 371 531-835413
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  • Address:
    Straße der Nationen 12, 09111 Chemnitz
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    Müller, M. R. (2012a). Apartheid der Mode. Eine symboltheoretische Revision der formalen Modesoziologie. Sozialer Sinn, 13, 281–304. Link

    Müller, M. R. (2012b). Figurative Hermeneutik. Zur methodologischen Konzeption einer Wissenssoziologie des Bildes. Sozialer Sinn, 13, 129–162. Link

    Müller, M. R. (2016). Bildcluster. Zur Hermeneutik einer veränderten sozialen Gebrauchsweise der Fotografie. Sozialer Sinn, 17, 95–141. Link

    Müller, M. R., & Soeffner, H.-G. (Eds.) (2018). Das Bild als soziologisches Problem. Herausforderungen einer Theorie visueller Sozialkommunikation. Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Juventa.

    Müller, M. R., Soeffner, H.-G., & Raab, J. (Eds.) (2014). Grenzen der Bildinterpretation. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer VS.

    Metzler, J. B. & Müller, M. R. (2013). Three sociological theses on late modern body aesthetics. In H. Berghoff & T. Kühne (Eds.), Globalizing Beauty: Aesthetics in the Twentieth Century (pp. 60–74), New York City, NY: Palgrave.

    Müller, M. R (2014). Lemma Stil/Lebensstil. In M. K. H. Eggert, H. P. Hahn, & S. Samida (Eds.), Handbuch Materielle Kultur (pp. 252–255). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Springer.

    Müller, M. R. & Raab, J. (2016). Lemma Interaktionstheorie. In R. Gugutzer, G. Klein, & M. Meuser (Eds.), Handbuch Körpersoziologie (pp. 261–278). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer VS.

    Müller, M. R. (2012d). Das Selbstbild in der Bilderwelt. Zur Soziologie transnationaler Bild- und Bewährungsordnungen. In H.-G. Soeffner (Ed.), Transnationale Vergesellschaftungen (pp. 323–337). Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. Link

    Müller, M. R. (2019). Kritik des Sehens. Drei Thesen zu einer hermeneutischen Wissenssoziologie ikonischer Formen. In R. Hitzler, J. Reichertz, & N. Schroer (Eds), Kritik der Hermeneutischen Wissenssoziologie. Problematisierungen, Entwicklungen und Weiterführungen. Weinheim/Basel, Beltz Juventa, in print.

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Portrait: Prof. Stephan Odenwald
Prof. Stephan Odenwald
Professorship of Sports Equipment and Technology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-32172
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-832172
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
  • Room:
    2/D130 (new: C24.130)
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  • Publications:

    Di Gironimo, G. D., Caporaso, T., Amodeo, G., Giudice, D. M. D., Lanzotti, A., & Odenwald, S. (2016). Outdoor tests for the validation of an inertial system able to detect illegal steps in race-walking. Procedia Engineering, 147, 544–549. Link

    Gerlach, C., Krumm, D., Illing, M., Lange, J., Kanoun, O., Odenwald, S., & Hubler, A. (2015). Printed MWCNT-PDMScomposite pressure sensor system for plantar pressure monitoring in ulcer prevention. IEEE Sensors Journal, 15, 3647–3656. Link

    Hill, M., Hoena, B., Kilian, W., & Odenwald, S. (2016). Wearable, modular and intelligent sensor laboratory. Procedia Engineering, 147, 671–676. Link

    Kilian, W., Hill, M., & Odenwald, S. (2016). Adaptive sensor data acquisition for gait analysis. Procedia Engineering, 147, 659–664. Link

    Krumm, D., Cockcroft, J., Zaumseil, F., Odenwald, S., Milani, T. L., & Louw, Q. (2016). Analytical evaluation of the effects of inconsistent anthropometric measurements on joint kinematics in motion capturing. Gait & Posture, 46, 1–4. Link

    Krumm, D., Gläser, A., Schlegel, G., & Odenwald, S. (2016). Comparison of ‘plain conditions’ and ‘close-to-reality conditions’ for evaluation of biomechanical load spectra of handball shoes. Procedia Engineering, 147, 618–621. Link

    Odenwald, S., & Krumm, D. (2014). Effects of elastic compression sleeves on the biodynamic response to external vibration of the hand-arm system. Procedia Engineering, 72, 114–119. Link

    Penta, F., Amodeo, G., Gloria, A., Martorelli, M., Odenwald, S., & Lanzotti, A. (2018). Low-velocity impacts on a polymeric foam for the passive safety improvement of sports fields: Meshless approach and experimental validation. Applied Sciences, 8(7), 1174. Link

Portrait: Prof. Peter Ohler
Prof. Peter Ohler
Professorship of Media Psychology
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-34592
  • Fax:
    +49 371 531-834592
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  • Address:
    Thüringer Weg 11, 09126 Chemnitz
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    Diergarten, A. K., Möckel, T., Nieding, G., & Ohler, P. (2017). The impact of media literacy on children's learning with films and hypermedia. Applied Developmental Psychology, 48, 33–41. Link

    Koban, K., Stein, J.-P., Eckhardt, V., & Ohler, P. (2018). Quid pro quo in Web 2.0. Connecting personality traits and Facebook usage intensity to uncivil commenting intentions in public online discussions. Computers in Human Behavior, 79, 9–18. Link

    Liebold, B., Brill, M., Pietschmann, D., Schwab, F., & Ohler, P. (2017). Continuous measurement of breaks in presence: Psychophysiology and orienting responses. Media Psychology, 20, 477–501. Link

    Müller, N. H., Liebold, B., & Pietschmann, D., Ohler, P., & Rosenthal, P. (2017). Visualizations for hierarchical data: Analyzing user behavior and performance with eye tracking. International Journal on Advances in Software, 10, 385–396.

    Nieding, G., Ohler, P., Diergarten, A. K., Möckel, T., Rey, G. D., & Schneider, W. (2017). The development of media sign literacy – a longitudinal study with 4-year-old children. Media Psychology, 20, 401–427. Link

    Pietschmann, D., Valtin, G., & Ohler, P. (2012). The effect of authentic input devices on computer game immersion. In J. Fromme & A. Unger (eds.), Computer Games and New Media Cultures (pp. 279-292). Dordrecht, Germany: Springer. Link

    Stein, J.-P., & Ohler, P. (2018). Saving face in front of the computer? Culture and attributions of human likeness influence users’ experience of automatic facial emotion recognition. Frontiers in Digital Humanities, 5. Link

    Stein, J.-P., Liebold, B., & Ohler, P. (2019). Stay back, clever thing! Linking situational control and human uniqueness concerns to the aversion against autonomous technology. Computers in Human Behavior, 95, 73–82. Link

    Stein, J.-P., & Ohler, P. (2017). Venturing into the uncanny valley of mind. The influence of mind attribution on the acceptance of human-like characters in a virtual reality setting. Cognition, 160, 43–50. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Christian Pentzold
Prof. Christian Pentzold
Professorship for Communication and Media Studies
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    Katzenbach, C., & Pentzold, C. (2017). Theoriearbeit in der Kommunikationswissenschaft zwischen Komplexitätssteigerung und Komplexitätsreduzierung. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 65(3), 483−499. Link

    Lohmeier, C., & Pentzold, C. (2014). Making mediated memory work. Cuban-Americans, Miami media and the doings of diaspora memories. Media, Culture & Society, 36(6), 776−789. Link

    Pentzold, C, & Fischer, C. (2017). Framing big data: The discursive construction of a radio cell query in Germany. Big Data & Society, 4(2). Link

    Pentzold, C. (2015). Praxistheoretische Prinzipien, Traditionen und Perspektiven kulturalistischer Kommunikations- und Medienforschung. Medien und Kommunikationswissenschaft, 63(2), 229−245. Link

    Pentzold, C. (2016). Zusammenarbeiten im Netz. Praktiken und Institutionen internetbasierter Kooperation. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. Link

    Pentzold, C. (2017): Editorial surveillance and the management of visibility in peer production. International Journal of Communication, 11, 2462−2481.

    Pentzold, C. (2018) Grounding peer production in practice: Editorial routines and everyday engagement in the ‘Free Encyclopedia Anyone Can Edit’. Communication, Culture and Critique, 11(3), 455−474. Link

    Pentzold, C. (2018). Between moments and millennia: Temporalising mediatisation. Media, Culture & Society, 40(6), 927−937. Link

    Pentzold, C., Brantner, C., & Fölsche, L. (2018). Imagining big data: Illustrations of ‘big data’ in US news articles, 2010–2016. New Media & Society, 21(1), 139−167. Link

    Pentzold, C., Sommer, V., Meier, Meier, S., & Fraas, C. (2016). Reconstructing media frames in multimodal discourse: The John/Ivan Demjanjuk trial. Discourse, Context & Media, 12, 32−39. Link

Portrait: Prof. Alois Pichler
Prof. Alois Pichler
Professorship of Mathematical Finance
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    +49 371 531-31084
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    +49 371 531-831084
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    Reichenhainer Straße 41, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/41/710 (new: C47.710)
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    Ahmadi-Javid, A., & Pichler, A. (2017). An analytic study of norms and Banach spaces induces by the Entropic Value-at-Risk. Mathematics and Financial Economics, 11(4), 527–550. Link

    Gutjahr, W. J., & Pichler, A. (2016). Stochastic multi-objective optimization: a survey on non-scalarizing methods. Annals of Operations Research, 236(2), 475–499. Link

    Kalmes, T., & Pichler, A. (2018). On Banach spaces of vector-valued random variables and their duals motivated by risk measures. Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis. Advance Online Publication. Link

    Pflug, G. Ch., & Pichler, A. (2012). A distance for multistage stochastic optimization models. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 22(1), 1–23. Link

    Pflug, G. Ch., & Pichler, A. (2014). Multistage Stochastic Optimization. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

    Pflug, G. Ch., & Pichler, A. (2015). Dynamic generation of scenario trees. Computational Optimization and Applications, 62(3), 641–668. Link

    Pflug, G. Ch., & Pichler, A., & Wozabal, D. (2012). The 1/N investment strategy is optimal under high model ambiguity. Journal of Banking & Finance, 36(2), 410–417. Link

    Pichler, A. (2013). The natural Banach space for version independent risk measures. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 53(2), 405–415. Link

    Pichler, A. (2017). A quantitative comparison of risk functionals. Annals of Operations Research 254(1), 251-275. Link

    Pichler, A., & Shapiro, A. (2015). Minimal representation of insurance prices. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 62, 184–193. Link

Portrait: Prof. Dr. Daniel Potts
Prof. Dr. Daniel Potts
Professorship of Applied Functional Analysis
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-32150
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    +49 371 531-832150
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    Reichenhainer Straße 39, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/39/731 (new: C46.731)
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    Gräf, M., & Potts, D. (2011). On the computation of spherical designs by a new optimization approach based on fast spherical Fourier transforms. Numerische Mathematik, 119(4), 699–724. Link

    Kämmerer, L., Potts, D., & Volkmer, T. (2015). Approximation of multivariate periodic functions by trigonometric polynomials based on rank-1 lattice sampling. Journal of Complexity, 31(4), 543–576. Link

    Keiner, J., Kunis, S., & Potts, D. (2010). Using NFFT3 – A software library for various nonequispaced fast Fourier transforms. ACM transactions on mathematical software, 36(4), 46–75. Link

    Kunis, S., & Potts, D. (2003). Fast spherical Fourier algorithms. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 161(1), 75–98. Link

    Pippig, M., & Potts, D. (2013). Parallel three-dimensional nonequispaced fast Fourier transforms and their application to particle simulation. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 35(4), C411–C437. Link

    Plonka, G.,Potts, D., Steidl, G., & Tasche, M. (2019). Numerical Fourier Analysis. Basel: Birkhäuser Basel. Link

    Potts, D., & Steidl, G. (1999). Preconditioners for ill-conditioned Toeplitz matrices. BIT Numerical Mathematics, 39(3), 513–533. Link

    Potts, D., & Steidl, G. (2003). Fast Summation at nonequispaced knots by NFFT. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 24(6), 2013–2037. Link

    Potts, D., & Volkmer, T. (2016). Sparse high-dimensional FFT based on rank-1 lattice sampling. Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis, 41(3), 713–748. Link

    Potts, D., Steidl, G., & Tasche, M. (2001). Fast Fourier transforms for nonequispaced data: A tutorial. In J. J. Benedetto & P. J. S. G. Ferreira (Eds.), Modern Sampling Theory (pp. 247–270). Boston, MA: Birkhäuser Boston. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Dr. Günter Daniel Rey
Prof. Dr. Günter Daniel Rey
Professorship of Psychology of Learning with Digital Media
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-33746
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    +49 371 531-833746
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  • Address:
    Straße der Nationen 12, 09111 Chemnitz
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    Beege, M., Schneider, S., Nebel, S., & Rey, G. D. (2017). Look into my eyes! Exploring the effect of addressing in educational videos. Learning and Instruction, 49, 113–120. Link

    Beege, M., Schneider, S., Nebel, S., Häßler, A., & Rey, G. D. (2018). Mood-affect congruency. Exploring the relation between learners’ mood and the affective charge of educational videos. Computers & Education, 123, 85–96. Link

    Rey, G. D. (2012). A review of research and a meta-analysis of the seductive detail effect. Educational Research Review, 7, 216–237. Link

    Rey, G. D., & Buchwald, F. (2011). The expertise reversal effect: Cognitive load and motivational explanations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17, 33–48. Link

    Rey, G. D., Beege, M., Nebel, S., Wirzberger, M., Schmitt, T. H., & Schneider, S. (in press). A meta-analysis of the segmenting effect. Educational Psychology Review, 31, 389–419. Link

    Schneider, S., Beege, M., Nebel, S., & Rey, G. D. (2018). A meta-analysis of how signaling affects learning with media. Educational Research Review, 23, 1–24. Link

    Schneider, S., Dyrna, J., Meier, L., Beege, M., & Rey, G. D. (2018). How affective charge and text–picture connectedness moderate the impact of decorative pictures on multimedia learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 110, 233–249. Link

    Schneider, S., Häßler, A., Habermeyer, T., Beege, M., & Rey, G. D. (2019). The more human, the higher the performance? Examining the effects of anthropomorphism on learning with media. Journal of Educational Psychology, 111, 57–72. Link

    Schneider, S., Nebel, S., Beege, M., & Rey, G. D. (2018). Anthropomorphism in decorative pictures: Benefit or harm for learning? Journal of Educational Psychology, 110, 218–232. Link

    Skulmowski, A., Pradel, S., Kühnert, T., Brunnett, G., & Rey, G. D. (2016). Embodied learning using a tangible user interface: The effects of haptic perception and selective pointing on a spatial learning task. Computers & Education, 92–93, 64–75. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Josef Schmied
Prof. Josef Schmied
Professorship of English Language & Linguistics
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    +49 371 531-34226
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    +49 371 531-834226
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    Reichenhainer Straße 39, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/39/223 (new: C46.223)
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    Schmied, J. (2007). The Chemnitz corpus of specialised and popular academic English. In P. Pahta, I. Taavitsainen, T. Nevalainen, & J. Tyrkkö (Eds.), Studies in Language Variation, Contacts and Change in English, Vol. 2 . Retrieved from: Link

    Schmied, J. (2008). Academic interaction: Adapting complexity and coherence to the readership. Topics in Linguistics, 2, 12-17.

    Schmied, J. (2011). Using corpora as an innovative tool to compare varieties of English around the world: The international corpus of English. Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata, 2011(1-2), 21-37.

    Schmied, J. (2012). Academic knowledge presentation in MA theses: From corpus compilation to case studies of disciplinary conventions. Brno Studies in English, 38(2), 149-164.

    Schmied, J. (2012). Social digital discourse: New challenges for corpus- and sociolinguistics. Topics in Linguistics, 10, 43-56.

    Schmied, J., Freddi, M., & Korte, B. (2013). Developments and trends in the rhetoric of science: Science, rhetoric, culture. European Journal of English Studies, 17(3), 221-233. Link.

    Schmied, J., Terblanche, L., van Rooy, B., & Haase, C. (2010). Register differentiation in East African English: A multidimensional study. English World-Wide, 31(3), 311-349. Link

Portrait: Prof. Anja Strobel
Prof. Anja Strobel
Professorship of Personality Psychology and Assessment
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    +49 371 531-39834
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    +49 371 531-839834
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    Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz
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    Fleischhauer, M., Enge, S., Brocke, B., Ullrich, J., Strobel, A. Alexander, & Strobel, A. Anja (2010). Same or different? Clarifying the relationship of need for cognition to personality and intelligence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 82–96. Link

    Fleischhauer, M., Strobel, A. Anja, Enge, S., & Strobel, A. Alexander (2013). Assessing implicit cognitive motivation: Developing and testing an implicit association test to measure need for cognition: An indirect measure to assess need for cognition. European Journal of Personality, 27, 15–29. Link

    Fleischhauer, M., Strobel, A. Alexander, & Strobel, A. Anja (2015). Directly and indirectly assessed need for cognition differentially predict spontaneous and reflective information processing behavior. Journal of Individual Differences, 36, 101-109. Link

    Grass, J., Strobel, A. Alexander, & Strobel, A. Anja (2017). Cognitive investments in academic success: The role of need for cognition at university. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. Link

    Luong1, C., Strobel, A. Anja, Wollschläger, R., Greiff, S., Vainikainen, M.-P., & Preckel, F. (2017). Need for cognition in children and adolescents: Behavioral correlates and relations to academic achievement and potential. Learning and Individual Differences, 53, 103–113. Link

    Pohling, R., Diessner, R., & Strobel, A. Anja (2017). The role of gratitude and moral elevation in moral identity development. International Journal of Behavioral Development. Advance Online Publication. Link.

    Pohling, R., Bzdok, D., Eigenstetter, M., Stumpf, S., & Strobel, A. Anja (2016). What is ethical competence? The role of empathy, personal values, and the Five-Factor Model of Personality in ethical decision-making. Journal of Business Ethics, 137, 449–474. Link

    Strobel, A. Alexander, Anacker, K., & Strobel, A. Anja (2017). Cognitive engagement mediates the relationship between positive life events and positive emotionality. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. Link

    Strobel, A. Anja, Fleischhauer, M., Luong, C., & Strobel, A. Alexander (2018). Predicting everyday life behavior by direct and indirect measures of need for cognition. Journal of Individual Differences, 39, 107–114. Link

    Strobel, A. Anja, Grass, J., Pohling, R., & Strobel, A. Alexander (2017). Need for cognition as a moral capacity. Personality and Individual Differences, 117, 42–51. Link

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Portrait: Prof. Ulrike Thomas
Prof. Ulrike Thomas
Professorship of Robotics and Human Machine Interaction
  • Phone:
    +49 371 531-31648
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    +49 371 531-831648
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  • Address:
    Reichenhainer Straße 70, 09126 Chemnitz
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    2/W129 (new: C25.129)
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    Andre, R., & Thomas, U. (2017). Error robust and efficient assembly sequence planning with haptic rendering models for rigid and non-rigid assemblies. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (pp. 1–7). Piscataway, New Jersey: IEEE. Link

    Ding, Y., Bonse, J., Andre, R., & Thomas, U. (2018). In-hand grasping pose estimation using particle filters in combination with haptic rendering models. International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, 15(1). Link

    Müller, F., Jäkel, J., & Thomas, U. (2018). Stability analysis for passive/active human model in physical human-robot interaction with multiple users. International Journal of Control, 1–28. Link

    Thomas, U., & Wahl, F. M. (2010a). A unified notation for serial, parallel and hybrid kinematic structures. In D. Schütz & F. M. Wahl (Eds.), Robotic Systems for Handling and Assembly (pp. 3–15). Berlin, Germany: Springer Berlin. Link

    Thomas, U., & Wahl, F. M. (2010b). Assembly planning and task planning — Two prerequisites for automated robot programming. In D. Schütz & F. M. Wahl (Eds.), Robotic Systems for Handling and Assembly (pp. 333–354). Berlin, Germany: Springer Berlin. Link

    Thomas, U., Barrenscheen, M., & Wahl, F. M. (2003). Efficient assembly sequence planning using stereographical projections of C-space obstacles. In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Assembly and Task Planning (pp. 96–102). Piscataway, New Jersey: IEEE. Link

    Thomas, U., Finkemeyer, B., Kröger, T., & Wahl, F. M. (2003). Error-tolerant execution of complex robot tasks based on skill primitives. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (pp. 3069–3075). Piscataway, New Jersey: IEEE. Link

    Thomas, U., Hirzinger, G., Rumpe, B., Schulze, C., & Wortmann, A. (2013). A new skill based robot programming language using UML/P Statecharts. In Proceedings of International Conference on Robotics and Automation (pp. 461–466). Piscataway, New Jersey: IEEE. Link

    Thomas, U., Rosenbaum, D., Kurz, F., Suri, S., & Reinartz, P. (2009). A new software/hardware architecture for real time image processing of wide area airborne camera images. Journal of Real-Time Image Processing, 4, 229–244. Link

    Thomas, U., Stouraitis, T., Roa M. A. (2015). Flexible assembly through integrated assembly sequence planning and grasp planning. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering. Piscataway, New Jersey: IEEE. Link

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