Hannah’s experience lies within the fields of digital health, Human Centered Computing and psychology. In 2021 she completed her Master’s Degree in Neuro-Cognitive Psychology at the Ludwig Maximillian University in Munich and has worked on a variety of projects dealing with behavorial monitoring and data collection through remote acquistion (e.g., mobile phones, wristbands, distant learning tools).
She joined the institute in September 2022 as a role of a researcher and supports a variety of ongoing research projects. Her role is mainly concerned with investigating facilitators and barriers to digital health technology use among former cardiac rehabilitation patients with a focus on its use in supporting heart-healthy physical activity.
For LBI-DHP publications see: Publications