Dr. Felix Putze
Cartesium, Room 2.046
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I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Cognitive Systems Lab, building a research group in cognitive user modeling for adaptive interaction systems. In my research, I often deal with psychophysiological signals for user state detection, computational cognitive models and adaptive human-computer interfaces. This involves for example workload-adaptive or memory-adaptive dialog systems, self-correcting user interfaces on the basis of error potentials, or attenion-driven interfaces for augmented reality devices.
I am principal investigator of the DFG project DINCO, an university-funded project on "Attention-driven Interaction Systems in Augmented Reality", and the interdisciplinary DFG project "PALMS: Plasticity of the minimal self in healthy aging"
If you are interested in working on cognitive user modeling and adaptive interaction systems as a PhD, master or bachelor student with a background in machine learning or Human-Computer Interaction, please do not hesitate to contact me.