Prof. Dr. Susanne Boll
Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems

Prof. Dr. Markus Tepe
Political System of Germany


MSc Saja Aljuneidi

+49 441 9722-520

Teil des Forschungszentrums Human-Cyber-Physical Systems


  1. Hatice Sahin Ippoliti, Nina Trilck, Marion Koelle, and Susanne Boll. 2023. Please, Go Ahead! Fostering Prosocial Driving with Sympathy-Eliciting Automated Vehicle External Displays. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 7, MHCI, Article 218 (September 2023), 18 pages.

  2. Hatice Şahin İppoliti, Angelique Daudrich, Debargha Dey, Philipp Wintersberger, Shadan Sadeghian, and Susanne Boll. 2023. A Real Bottleneck Scenario with a Wizard of Oz Automated Vehicle - Role of eHMIs. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutomotiveUI '23). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 280–290.

  3. Hatice Şahin İppoliti, Mark Colley, Debargha Dey Information Sciences, Azra Habibovic, Andreas Löcken, Andrii Matviienko, Heiko Müller, Shadan Sadeghian, Philipp Wintersberger, Susanne Boll. Introducing SPAT: Development and Validation of Situational Prosocial and Aggressive Behavior Perception in Traffic Scale. Under review in the 2024 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '24). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA.

  4. Hatice Şahin İppoliti, Alexander Weibert, Dietrich Manstetten, Larbi Abdenebaoui. Analysis of Driver and Pedestrian Gesture Use in Traffic. Automated Vehicles May Need More Than Kinematics in Ambiguous Situations. Under review in the 2024 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '24). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA.

  5. Hemesath, Sebastian and Markus Tepe (2022) Multidimensional preferences towards the regulation of technological risks. A conjoint experiment on popular support for regulating self-driving cars in Germany, Japan, and the United States (revise and resubmit with Regulation & Governance)

  6. Hemesath, Sebastian and Markus Tepe (2022) Framing the approval to test self-driving cars on public roads. Experimental evidence on the causal effect of safety and competitiveness in the US, Japan, and Germany (under review with Technology in Society)

  7. Hemesath, Sebastian and Markus Tepe (2022) Publicness and the Acceptance of Algorithmic Advice in Hiring Decisions. Evidence from a Cross-National Survey Experiment (revise and resubmit with Public Administration Review)

  8. Sahin, Hemesath, Boll (2022): Deviant Behavior of Pedestrians: A Risk Gamble or Just Against Automated Vehicles? How About Social Control? Frontiers in Robotics and AI.

  9. Sahin, Hatice: “Prosocial Interaction between Vulnerable Road Users and Automated Vehicles”, International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications 2020, Doctoral Colloquium.

  10. Sahin, Hatice: “Prosocial Interaction between Vulnerable Road Users and Automated Vehicles”, MobileHCI 2020, WeCAReWorkshop,

  11. Schwartz, Jacob: “Betriebsgefahr und Unabwendbarkeit bei selbstfahrenden Fahrzeugen“, in: Jürgen Taeger (ed.), „Den Wandel begleiten - IT-rechtliche Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung, Edewecht 2020, 669-686.

  12. Schwartz, Jacob: „Betriebsgefahr und Unabwendbarkeit bei selbstfahrenden Fahrzeugen“ in: InTeR 2021, 77-83 (secondary publication of conference paper above)

  13. Schwartz, Jacob: „Virtuelle Schwarzfahrer – Haftung für Cyberangriffe auf selbstfahrende Fahrzeuge“, in: Jürgen Taeger (ed.), „Im Fokus der Rechtsentwicklung - Die Digitalisierung der Welt“, Edewecht 2021, 305-321.

  14. A. Bairy, W. Hagemann, A. Rakow and M. Schwammberger, "Towards Formal Concepts for Explanation Timing and Justifications," 2022 IEEE 30th International Requirements Engineering Conference Workshops (REW), Melbourne, Australia, 2022, pp. 98-102, doi: 10.1109/REW56159.2022.00025.

  15. Akhila Bairy. 2022. Modeling Explanations in Autonomous Vehicles. In Integrated Formal Methods: 17th International Conference, IFM 2022, Lugano, Switzerland, June 7–10, 2022, Proceedings. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 347–351.

  16. Paustian, Sabrina; Köhlke, Julia; Mattes, Jannika, Lehnhoff, Sebastian: The (still unexplored) Social Side of Smart Grid Development. Towards a Social Layer for the Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM). In: e-Energy '22: Proceedings of the Thirteenth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems, June 2022, p. 521–531. DOI: 10.1145/3538637.3539585 .

  17. Paustian, Sabrina; Köhlke, Julia; Mattes, Jannika, Lehnhoff, Sebastian: Ready, Set, … Rollout? – The Role of Actor Collaboration in the Delay of the Smart Meter Rollout in Germany (Final draft, submission planned to Energy Policy)

  18. Sabrina Paustian, Jannika Mattes: Standards and their organizational enactment – Between formal translation and informal interpretation (Revision Journal of Organizational Sociology)

  19. Paustian, Sabrina; Mattes Jannika: ICT standards in smart grid projects – Between the standard’s intended and factual role in complex technological developments. (Revision submitted; Journal of Organizational Sociology)

  20. Paustian, Sabrina; Schmidt Scheele, Ricarda; Mattes Jannika: Inter-organizational collaboration in smart grid projects: Aligning institutional logics via IT-standards?  (Revision; Information and Organization)

  21. Köhlke, Julia; Paustian, Sabrina; Mattes, Jannika; Lehnhoff, Sebastian; Uslar, Mathias: Perspectives on the Social Embeddedness of the Smart Grid Architecture Model in Innovation Projects. In:  CIRED 2021 - The 26th International Conference and Exhibition on Electricity Distribution,  p. 2725 – 2729. DOI: 10.1049/icp.2021.1616

  22. Köhlke, Schütz, Hanna: “Cross-Domain Stakeholder-Alignment in Collaborative SoS – Applying Lego Serious Play as a Boundary Object“, Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSe) 2021.

  23. Schütz, Uslar, Meister, Köhlke, ISGAN Management Paper 2022 “How to Improve the Interoperability of Digital (ICT) Systems in the Energy Sector

  24. Köhlke, Paustian, “Unification of heterogeneous knowledge and data – Use Cases and SGAM in the Smart Grid development”, Conference and Discussion Paper at Synchronizing Data in Organizations Conference, University of Siegen, September 2021.

  25. Jan Hendrik Röhl; Alexander Gerka; Rebecca Diekmann; Andreas Hein (2020): Social interactions of invasive mechanical ventilated patients in intensive care - an example of a monitoring system. In: The Tenth International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies (AMBIENT 2020).

  26. Feldhaus, Michael, Murken, Michelle, Schlegel, Monika. Agency von Kindern und Jugendlichen in der außerklinischen Beatmung (Paper accepted in Zeitschrift für Soziologie der Erziehung und Sozialisation)

  27. Feldhaus, Michael, Murken, Michelle, Röhl, Jan Hendrik, Hellmers, Sandra, Diekmann, Rebecca, Hein, Andreas. Die Einbeziehung technischer Artefakte zur Unterstützung der familialen Kommunikation bei heimbeatmeten Kindern. (In progress)

  28. Röhl, J. H., Klausen, A. D., Feldmann, N., Diekmann, R., Hellmers, S., Günther, U., Hein, A. (2023). Android Robot-Patient for Teaching and Training of Delirium Assessment Instruments: A Pilot Study. 2023 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics and Its Social Impacts (ARSO), 78-83. doi: 10.1109/ARSO56563.2023.10187448

  29. Röhl, J. H., Hellmers, S., Diekmann, R., & Hein, A. (2022, August). Concept of an Observation-driven Android Robot-Patient with individualized Communication Skills. In 2022 9th IEEE RAS/EMBS International Conference for Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob) (pp. 1-7). IEEE. Online:

  30. Jan Hendrik Röhl, Andrea D. Klausen, Nicole Feldmann, Sandra Hellmers, Rebecca Diekmann, Andreas Hein, Ulf Günther. Pilot Studie zur robotischen Schulung eines Delir-Assessments. In DIVI 2022 Abstract book. Online:

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