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M.Sc. Deike Albers

Chair of Ergonomics (Prof. Bengler)

Postal address

Postal:
Boltzmannstr. 15
85747 Garching b. München

Biography

Deike Albers received a B.Sc. in Business Psychology from the Leuphana University Lueneburg and holds a master's degree in Ergonomics - Human Factors Engineering (M.Sc.) from the Technical University of Munich. In August 2019, Ms. Albers started working as a research associate and doctoral student at the Chair of Ergonomics. Ms. Albers researches the validity of usability evaluations HMIs for automated driving in different test environments. The research bases on comparisons between driving simulator and real driving experiments as well as cross-cultural comparisons through further studies in the USA and Japan.

Publications

2022

  • Albers, Deike; Grabbe, Niklas; Forster, Yannick; Naujoks, Frederik; Keinath, Andreas; Bengler, Klaus: (Don’t) Talk to Me! Application of the Kano Method for Speech Outputs in Conditionally Automated Driving. Human Factors in Transportation, AHFE International, 2022NY, USA, 508-515 more…

2021

  • Albers, Deike; Radlmayr, Jonas; Grabbe, Niklas; Hergeth, Sebastian; Naujoks, Frederik; Forster, Yannick; Keinath, Andreas; Bengler, Klaus: Human-Machine Interfaces for Automated Driving: Development of an Experimental Design for Evaluating Usability. In: Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2021). Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…

2020

  • Albers, Deike; Grabbe, Niklas; Janetzko, Dominik; Bengler, Klaus: Saluton! How do you evaluate usability? -- Virtual Workshop on Usability Assessments of Automated Driving Systems. Proceedings of the 12th ACM International Conference non Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, AutomotiveUI 2020, ACM, 2020NY, USA virtuell more…
  • Albers, Deike; Radlmayr, Jonas; Loew, Alexandra; Hergeth, Sebastian; Naujoks, Frederik; Keinath, Andreas; Bengler, Klaus: Usability Evaluation---Advances in Experimental Design in the Context of Automated Driving Human--Machine Interfaces. Information 11 (5), 2020, 240 more…
  • Rettenmaier, Michael; Albers, Deike; Bengler, Klaus: After you?! -- Use of external human-machine interfaces in road bottleneck scenarios. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 70, 2020, 175--190 more…