Lorenz Prasch, M. Sc. is a research associate at the chair of ergonomics since October 2016. He has a Bachelor’s degree in cognitive science from the Eberhard-Karls Universität Tübingen and a Master’s degree in human factors engineering from the Technical University of Munich. During his study he focused on system ergonomics and interaction design. In his thesis he evaluated the influence of post-hoc explanations on trust, acceptance and mental models of highly automated driving systems. For his research Mr. Prasch explores the possibilities of fostering creativity in the modern workplace.
Winter term 2017/18
|Course no.||Title||Lecturer (assistant)|
|0000013300||Interaction Programming Block Course|
|0000013301||Interaction Prototyping Practical Course|
Summer term 2018
- Factors for User Acceptance of Cooperative Assistance Systems: A Two-Step Study Assessing Cooperative Driving. 8, 2017 more…
- Ich bin dann mal raus. Die Bedeutung der Erklärbarkeit von Übernahmeaufforderungen für das Vertrauen in hochautomatisierte Fahrsysteme. Mensch und Computer 2016, 2016Aachen, Gesellschaft für INformatik e. V. more…