Since 2009 she has been a professor at the Chair for General Psychology at the University of Regensburg. In her research, Ms. Dreisbach deals with control processes. Power control enables people to think and act dynamically and to change goals and tasks.
Melanie Kilian has been a research assistant and lecturer at the Chair of Information Science at the University of Regensburg since 2016 and has also been a doctoral student there since 2018. Her teaching takes place, among other things, in the field of information philosophy and interview analysis using grounded theory.
Jens Schwarzbach has been a W2 professor for biomedical imaging at the University of Regensburg since 2015. The focus of his events is in the field of clinical and cognitive neurosciences. He is also working on a project on neurofeedback and machine learning in MR imaging.
Selina Meyer has been a research assistant at the Chair of Information Science at the University of Regensburg since March 2020. The focus of her events is on information science and digital humanities. In her exercises, she focuses on practical application of the theoretical contet from the associated lectures.
Since 2007 Claudio Lottaz Ph.D. has been research assistant and principal investgator at the Chair of Statistical Bioinformatics of the Institute for Functional Genomics at the Department of Medicine of the University of Regensburg. In his research he concentrates on modern sequencing technologies.
Prof. Dr. Niels Henze has been a professor at the Chair of Media Informatics since May 2018. His research focuses on different facets of human-computer interaction. In particular, he examines the use of predictive models in interactive systems and how models can be used and treined at runtime. Other focal points are the areas of mobile human-computer interaction, augmented & virtual reality and the consideration of attention through interactive systems.
Jürgen Hahn has been a research assistant at the Chair for Media Informatics at the University of Regensburg since 2017. After completing his bachelor’s degree in media informatics, he worked alongside his master’s degree as a tutor for the courses entertainment computing, game engineering and digitization and digital society. His research interests lie in the areas of human computer interaction, image processing and MR / AR systems.
Since the end of 2004 Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dotzler is Full Professor of Media Studies at the Institute for Information and Media, Language and Culture (I: IMSK) at the University of Regensburg. His research focuses on IT history / history of computing, archeology of media (theory), media and science history (media & science), literature and media and advertising research.