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Department of Informatics Social Computing Group

Leonore Röseler


Leonore Röseler

PhD Student & Research Assistant

Social Computing Group
Department of Informatics
University of Zurich
Andreasstr. 15 / Office AND 2.60
8050 Zürich


Short biography

In September 2020, Leonore joined the Social Computing Group as a PhD student, supervised by Prof. Aniko Hannak.

She completed a Bachelor's programme in Political and Social Studies as well as Pedagogy at the University of Würzburg, and obtained an MSc degree in Psychology from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. During that time, she supported the university spin-off "Essential Data Science Training GmbH" as a student research assistant. Her Master thesis "Validation of Self-Reported Personality with Mobile Application Usage" was supervised by Prof. Dr. Clemens Stachl and Dr. Florian Pargent.

In her main project she is concerned with research on human-AI collaboration and leveraging AI to study performance and processes of teams in decision-making.


  • Röseler L, Scholtes I, Gote C. A Network Perspective on the Influence of Code Review Bots on the Structure of Developer Collaborations. arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.14787 (2023). (Registered Report)
  • Röseler L, Scholtes I, Sendhoff B, Hannák A. Willing to Revise? Confidence and Recommendation Adoption in AI-Assisted Image Recognition. Forthcoming in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Hybrid Human-Artificial Intelligence (HHAI2022). Frontiers in AI. 2022

Open Student Projects

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Recently Supervised Student Projects

  • 10/2021 - 04/2022. Master Thesis: “Predicting Human Error in Geolocation Tasks Using Online Metadata - An Exploratory Study”.
  • 01/2023 - 07/2023. Master Thesis: “Gamification and Engagement of Marginalized Users on the Coding Q&A Platform Stack Overflow”.