I am interested in different aspects of human-machine interaction as an interdisciplinary research field. My focus lies on the devolopment of human-centered assistance systems that enable learning-based adaptation of assistance to different users and contexts. Currently my research interest are user modeling, eye tracking and the effects of adaptive automation on the user.
In the context of the NRW Forschungskolleg, I am investigating fairness in human-machine interaction in an interdisciplinary cooperation with Paul Hellwig (PhD student in the research group Work and Organisational Psychology).
NRW Forschungskolleg: Design of flexible working
environments - human-centered use of Cyber-Physical Systems
in industry 4.0
supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the German State of North Rhine-Westphalia, 2019-2021
A Multimodal Interactive Storytelling Agent Using the
Anthropomorphic Robot Head Flobi
Schröder, L., Buchholz, V., Helmich, V., Hindemith, L., Wrede, B. & Schillingmann, L. (2017)
In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Human Agent Interaction.
It’s (Not) Your Fault! Blame and Trust Repair in Human-Agent
Buchholz, V., Kulms, P., & Kopp, S. (2017)
In: Contributions to the 6th interdisciplinary workshop Kognitive Systeme.