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PhD candidates

Stephan Enhuber
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Karoline Griesbach
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Kevin Koban
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Nadine Rauh
Nadine Rauh completed her diploma study in the course of 'Psychology' at TU Chemnitz in 2011. Since January 2012, she has been employed at the professorship General and occupational psychology as a research assistant. The thematic priority of her research work is the operating distance of electric vehicles in critical operating distance situations. Prof. Dr. J. F. Krems supervises her dissertation.
Martin Reber
Martin Reber completed his diploma study in 'Computer sciences' at TU Chemnitz in 2015. Since May 2015 he has been employed at the professorship Graphical Data Processing and Visualization. The thematic priority of his research work is the Real-time classification of human movement using Motion Capture technique. His dissertation is supervised by Prof. Dr. G. Brunnett.
Portrait: Svenja Scherer
Svenja Scherer
Svenja Scherer graduated from the master programme 'Sensor technology and cognitive psychology' at TU Chemnitz in 2015. Since May 2015, she has been employed at the professorship Ergonomics and -Innovation Managementas a research assistant. The thematic priority of her research work is the investigation of the interaction between driver and vehicle, notably in the field of highly automated driving. Prof. Dr. A. C. Bullinger-Hoffman supervises her dissertation.
Portrait: Melanie Schildt
Melanie Schildt
Melanie Schildt graduated from the master programme 'business administration' at the Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig in 2013. Afterwards she was employed at HTWK Leipzig as a research assistant. Since 2015, she has been a scholar of the Konrad- Adenauer- Stiftung. Her dissertation at TU Chemnitz is supervised by Prof. Goetze (professorship BWL III – Audit and Assurance and Controlling). The thematic priority of her research work is the comprehensive evaluation of human-robot cooperation in industrial applications using a comprehensive and multidimensional model of proceeding and evaluation.
Yasamin Alkorshid
Yasamin Alkhorshid graduated from the Master's programme of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University of Leeds, England in 2012. Since September 2013 she has been enrolled as a doctoral candidate at TU Chemnitz. The thematic priority of her research work is the multi-sensory object recognition in driver assistance systems. Prof. Dr. G. Wanielik (professorship Telecommunication Engineering) supervises her dissertation.
Portrait: Benny Liebold
Benny Liebold
Benny Liebold graduated from the Master's programme of Media-Psychology at TU Chemnitz in 2011. Since Mai 2011, he has been employed by the professorship of Media-Psychology. The thematic priority of his research work is the cognitive and emotional process concerning the interaction with virtual realities.
Kim Schmidt
Kim Schmidt graduated from the master programme 'Computational Science' at TU Chemnitz in 2012. Since October 2012, she has been employed at the professorship Computational Physics as a research assistant. The thematic priority of her research work is the forecast of lane change using artificial intelligent networks. Her dissertation is supervised by Prof. Dr. K. H. Hoffmann.

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