I am a postdoc, working with Prof. Thomas Fritz. My research interests lie in developers’ productivity and work, and in creating tools that foster productivity at work by using persuasive technologies such as self-monitoring and goal-setting.
In my research, I’ve built a tool, PersonalAnalytics, that increases developers’ awareness about work and productivity and helps them to come up with productive behavior changes. In collaboration with ABB, we’ve built the FlowLight, a traffic-light like system that successfully reduces interruptions at the workplace that happen at inopportune moments. You may find all my publications here and supplementary material and links to our work in the media here.
Previously, I’ve interned with Microsoft Research (Redmond, US) twice and was working at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) as a visiting researcher. I am a co-founder and the CTO of Okomo, a swiss-based SaaS startup which empowers companies to have personal interactions with their customers on online-channels.
- I previously teached the spring semester Seminar on Advanced Software Engineering (FS16, FS17).
- I supervise master/bachelor theses and master projects. Let me know in case you are interested.
- During my graduate studies I have worked as a teaching assistant for the classes 'Informatik 1' and 'Software Praktikum'.