Izabel Cvetkovic

Izabel Cvetkovic studied Psychology (B.Sc.) at the University of Nis in Serbia and Neurocognitive Psychology (M.Sc.) at the Carl von Ossietzky Universität in Oldenburg, Germany. In her master thesis, Ms. Cvetkovic worked on the testing of a paradigm for EEG based brain-computer interfaces, using machine learning algorithms. Ms. Cvetkovic gained first work experience as a working student from 2018 to 2019 in the international business unit, AMAGNO Digital Workplace Software in Oldenburg and from 2019 to 2020 as research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT in Oldenburg in the area of mobile Neurotechnologies. Since October 2020, Ms. Cvetkovic is employed as a research assistant at the University of Hamburg. As a member of the HyMeKI junior research group at the University of Hamburg, she researches the task allocation - and transfer between human and AI. 

Andreas Günther

Andreas Günther studied International Business Administration (B.A.) at Fulda University of Applied Sciences and Software Product Management (B. Plus) at Furtwangen University. At the University of Kassel, Mr. Günther completed the Information, Innovation and Management (M.Sc.) course. His final thesis dealt with the topic of requirements for increasing the service quality of context-adaptive systems using the example of work assistance systems in industry 4.0. Mr. Günther can draw on work experience as a research assistant at the Research Center for Information Technology Design in Kassel, as a full-time working student at ZF Friedrichshafen AG in the Production Engineering - Digital Production department and in the Production Engineering - Industrial Engineering department. Mr. Günther supports the HyMeKI junior research group with his knowledge despite his work as process engineer at the ZF Group.  

Lucas Memmert

Lucas Memmert studied Information Systems (B.Sc.) at the University of Applied Sciences Wismar and IT Management and Consulting (M.Sc.) at the University of Hamburg. During his master's studies, Mr. Memmert completed a semester abroad at the University of St. Andrews. Since 2011, Mr. Memmert has gained practical experience through numerous internships and working student activities, including at Telekom AG in the Reporting & Information Services department, at the Hamburg Port Authority in the IT Strategy department and at PPI Aktiengesellschaft in an innovation project. He was able to expand his academic skills as a student assistant at the University of Applied Sciences Wismar in the area of semantic knowledge management and at the University of Hamburg in the area of dynamic service systems. Since February 2017, Mr. Memmert has been supporting companies in the practical use of data and AI as Senior Consultant in the Analytics & Cognitive Team at Deloitte Consulting GmbH. From January 2021 onwards, Mr. Memmert will be researching the cooperation between humans and AI at the University of Hamburg as a research assistant and member of the HyMeKI research group.   

Anja Ott

Anja Ott studied Business Education at the University of Mannheim (B.Sc.) and Education for Business and Economics at the University of Hohenheim (M.Sc.). In her master thesis, Ms. Ott dealt with the topic "The Potential of Learning Analytics in Corporate eLearning". Ms. Ott gained first practical experience as an intern in the field of Knowledge Management in Germany at BASF SE in Ludwigshafen and abroad at the management consultancy SIT - Systematic Inventive Thinking in Tel Aviv.- Besides, Ms. Ott has also worked as a student assistant at the Institute for SME Research (ifm) and the Chair for SME Research and Entrepreneurship at the University of Mannheim in the BMBF project "i-share - Impact of the Sharing Economy in Germany," from 2016 to 2018." Since October 2020, Ms. Ott is part of the team at the Chair of Business Informatics at the University of Kassel and a HyMeKI junior research group member. Ms. Ott's main research interests are in the area of AI-supported human learning and knowledge work, as well as learning analytics.  

Kathrin Wolter

Kathrin Wolter studied Business Psychology (B.Sc and M.Sc), focusing on market and media psychology and human-technology interaction at the Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln. In her final thesis, Ms. Wolter dealt with the topic "L2 or L3? HMI design for safe automation" in the field of automated driving. During her master studies, she completed an internship at the Dialego Market Research Agency in Aachen and an internship at the Institute for Experimental Psychophysiology in Düsseldorf. She wrote her master thesis at the Federal Highway Research Institute about the research of a new Human Machine Interface during automated driving in a driving simulator. Since October 2020, Ms. Wolter has been working at the Chair of Business Informatics at the University of Kassel and is part of the HyMeKI junior research group since then. Her research interests are in the field of technology design and machine learning. These interests coincide with her main focus, human-supported machine learning.