I am a Senior Postdoc Researcher at the Institute of Computational Perception at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria. In my research, I take a human-centered perspective, where technology follows the users’, other stakeholders’, or the society’s needs. My research activities center on intelligent systems (including context-aware systems and systems driven by artificial intelligence), where the goal is to exploit data for systems being intelligent to support and assist humans.
Currently, I work on my Elise Richter excellence project entitled “Fine-grained Culture-aware Music Recommender Systems” (2017-2020) sponsored by Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
I am passionate about the human perspective in the interaction with context-adaptive, intelligent systems, whereby my goal is to include all relevant stakeholders’ perspectives.
Scientific fields of interest
<context-adaptive systems>, <context conceptualization>, <context-aware computing>, <human-centered computing>, <user-centered computing>, <recommender systems>, <music recommender systems>, <personalized systems>, <multi-method evaluation>, <online self-disclosure>, <privacy>, <creative industries>, <music business research>, <human computer interaction>, <user behaviour>, <ubiquitous computing>, <pervasive advertising>, <context-adaptive digital signage>, <system design processes>, <design-orientated research>, <cross-cultural studies>, <applied informatics>, <digital ecosystems>, <multi-stakeholder environments>