Martina Schuß is a UX researcher at Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI) and doctoral candidate at Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz in Austria since 2019. She received her diploma in Media Engineering at Technische Hochschule Georg-Simon-Ohm (TH) in Nuremberg in 2009. Working as a usability engineer at a usability lab in Nuremberg she executed several industry projects and specialized in user research and usability evaluation. Having teached in this area since 2015 she is now researching how virtual/augmented/mixed realities can be applied in automated driving systems (ADS).
Topics of Research
- Inclusive design
- Automated Vehicles with a focus on women
- WS20/21: “Development of an Interactive System using the Human-Centered Design Approach” – (UXD Master Project)
- SS20: “Human-Technology Interaction (UXD)” – (FW-Seminar)
- SS20: Study Design and Implementation of UX-Usability-Tests (UXD)