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Ksenia Appelganc, M.Sc.

Ksenia Appelganc

Research Associate

Contact:

Enrique-Schmidt-Strasse 1
28359 Bremen, Germany
WIWI 1 Building, Room A2430

 

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Career

Current position

Since 2022        University of Bremen, Germany

                           Research assistant in the department of economic psychology and human resources management


Previous position

2020 - 2021        Technical University of Berlin, Germany

                           Research assistant in the field of industrial, engineering, organizational psychology

2017-2020         Technical University of Berlin, Germany

                            Student assistant in the department of industrial, engineering, organizational psychology

2014 - 2017        Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany

                           Student assistant in the research area of adaptive rationality


Education

 2017 - 2020        Technical University of Berlin, Germany

                            Study of Human Factors, Master of Science

2019                  Arusha Technical College, Tanzania

                            Research Residency

2012 - 2018       Distance University in Hagen, Germany.

                            Study of psychology, Bachelor of Science

Team performance in a Mars habitat under various scenarios

Ksenia Appelganc is a member of the project team "Team performance of human-human and human-agent teams in a Mars habitat under various scenarios".

As part of the 3-part seed project on "The living Habitat" within the MAPEX cluster initiative "Researching pathways toward a long-term sustainable, ethically acceptable human settlement of Mars" and in cooperation with ZARM and Sustainable Communication Networks, the project "Team performance in extreme environments" investigates how human users integrate into the technological environment of the habitat on Mars and how their team processes and performance can be improved by adaptations of the technological environment and in cooperation with an artificial intelligence.

 

Publications

Peer-reviewd Journals

  • Appelganc, K., Rieger, T., Roesler, E., & Manzey, D. (2022). How Much Reliability Is Enough? A Context-Specific View on Human Interaction With (Artificial) Agents From Different Perspectives. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making https://doi.org/10.1177%2F15553434221104615